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Full text of "Ilium Yearbook"

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in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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1988 
Ilium 

Taylor 
University 



Upland, Indiana 
Volume 90 

Many changes have occurred at Taylor 
University with its student life, rules, 
athletics— all aspects of living in the Taylor 
family. 

But one thing has remained the same 
throughout the years; Taylor's foundation is 
built on the never-changing love and per- 
sonhood of Jesus Christ. 

JESUS CHRIST IS 
THE SAME YESTER- 
DAY, TODAY, YES 
AND FOREVER, 



Hebrews IhH 




Opening CX3 






OO Opening 





The school leaders carefully planned the 
daily schedule for each student. They 
explicitly designated as study periods the 
hours between eight and twelve in the mor- 
ning, one-thirty and four-thirty in the after- 
noon, and seven and ten in the evening. When 
a student was not attending a class during 
these hours, the college expected him to be 
studying in his dormitory room, and no 
student could visit in another student's room 
during study hours. These study hours 
applied to the weekdays and Saturday after- 
noon and evening. 





All of the copy in this opening section has 
been copied from the 1913 Gem, the forerun- 
ner of the nium. 



Opening CX> 3 





Intramural athletics began very early in 
the Upland period. At least as early as 1898 
the school sponsored baseball, bicycle, and 
tennis clubs, and an annual field day of track 
events. By 1909, the Taylor officials "strongly 
encouraged" the students to participate in 
basketball, baseball, and tennis; and in the 
wintertime, many students walked the two 
miles to the Mississinewa River to ice skate. 
In the period before the introduction of 
intercollegiate athletics, the late-spring track 
meet between representatives of the two 
Uterary societies (the Philo-Thalo meet) 
served as one of the sports highlights of each 
year. While the college encouraged 
intramural athletics in early years, it 
strongly discouraged the specific sport of 
football and intercollegiate athletics. 



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The list of twenty-seven dining-hall rules 
approved by the faculty in 1909 included 
these: "Do not appear in the dining hall until 
you have attended minutely to every detail of 
the toilet," "Do not bring to the table 
anything but pleasant looks and words, and 
agreeable topics of conversation," and "Do 
not have lips open while eating, or make a 
noise with the mouth." 




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"Parents all over this nation are asking 
me where they can send their sons and 
daughters to school knowing that their faith in 
God and in morality will not be destroyed. I 
find that this is a college where they teach the 
Bible instead of apologizing for it, and I shall, 
for this reason, recommend Taylor Univer- 
sity to such inquiring Christian parents." — 
William Jennings Bryan, three time 
Presidential candidate and Secretary of 
State. 

Paying for the room in the dormitory, the 
seat in the dining hall, and the instruction in 
the classroom was one of the most pain- 
ful—but also most necessary— parts of the 
college experience. The cost of room, board, 
and tuition for a school year of forty weeks 
ranged from about $100 in 1855 to nearly $175 
in 1890. The student paid an additional sum 
for the fuel and lights for his room (the 
college sold wood and oil), and if he wanted a 
carpet he could rent one at the rate of one 
dollar per term per occupant. 






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The early Echo editions were thirty-two 
monthly magazine pages that published much 
literary material (poems and short stories), 
as well as reports of society meetings, alumni 
news, news from other colleges, letters from 
missionaries, and editorials promoting 
"moral uplift." Sometimes student writers 
contributed articles of excellent quahty. By 
the 1930's the Echo had adopted a small 
newspaper format of four pages and 
appeared bimonthly. The first page of these 
later Echo editions featured the major school 
events, the second page presented the 
editorials and alumni news, the third page 
discussed world news and Taylor activities of 
secondary importance, and the last page 
contained the sports news. 



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The alumni of Fort Wayne College 
generally believed that the twentieth century 
school was still "true to its ideals." When 
many of the Fort Wayne College graduates 
visited the Upland school in 1926, they 
expressed great satisfaction: "There is no 
jazz and gin, no flapperism and no Charleston 
experts at Taylor. The boys don't carry flasks 
or cigarette cases. They don't hide poker 
chips and deal under the mattresses. The 
girls don't rouge their cheeks. They don't 
have to. They carry the ruddy glow of 
healthful living and clean thinking. They 
don't roll their stockings or wear men's 
socks... Taylor, like an oasis on a desert, 
offers spiritual drink in a University world 
charged with a barrenness of fundamental 
Christian living." 




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Opening Oo 13 










14 O-O Opening 





Taylor intentionally sought to train boys 
and girls from the lower economic classes. 
Promotional literature included such 
statements as "Taylor University is the 
school for the poor boy and girl" and "Taylor 
is the school of the plain people." While the 
institution also welcomed the enrollment of 
children of the "well to do," it urged them to 
"provide for themselves a simple wardrobe 
... in the interest of ... school democracy." 

Probably no other Indiana college mat- 
ched the Taylor zeal in the anti-liquor cause. 
In the period before the beginning of national 
Prohibition, the Taylor faculty and staff 
almost always voted for Prohibitionist can- 
didates, and several members actively par- 
ticipated in temperance activities. 





Opening Oo IS 



How the Ilium Is 
Usually Read 

FIRST FIVE MINUTES 

Looks for himself in all the groups with 
which he posed, and finds his name wherever 
he can possibly do so. This is the most 
enjoyable period of inspection. 

SECOND FIVE MINUTES 

Does the same for his girl's name and 
picture. 

THIRD FIVE MINUTES 

Hunts every "roast" on himself. 

LAST FIVE MINUTES 

Makes sure of everything, then shuts the 
book forever. After this, if matters do not 
concern him otherwise, he concludes by 
saying that the ILIUM is not as good as it 
ought to be. 



How the Ilium Should 
Be Read 

Take it up at your odd moments; have a 
just pride in the more solid literary efforts, 
and do your best at kindliness in falling into 
the spirit of every joke. Look at your ILIUM 
three or four times a week, till you are 
thoroughly familiar with it. It was worked up 
with much labor to cheer your heart for years 
to come. Be sure to enjoy it from cover to 
cover, for you may be on the Editorial Staff 
yourself some time. 



16 CX3 




Aciivilics OO 17 



Taylor Reaches Out to Singapore 





SINGAPORE CAMPUS — Above: Singaporean students on the Youth for Christ 
staff. Above, left: EMzabeth Walk in Merlion Park — a contrast of old and new. 
Below, left: When the first natives arrived in Singapore, they found a lion on the 
island. The legend exists that it came from the ocean; the Merlion keeps the legend 
alive. Below: the Singapore skyline — threshold of the 21st century. Next page, top 
and bottom: pockets of the old city where TUIS students study, and blend in with 
modern civilization. Next page, center: Bible House, Chinese gardens in Singapore. 




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18 O-o Singapore 




Taylor University, expanding its doors to 
East Asia, is now linked with Singapore Youth 
for Christ to offer courses in Singapore for 
Singaporean students. One Taylor faculty 
member at a time is in Singapore, teaching 
courses and supervising local faculty. 

A total of 30 hours is offered at present over 
a two-year period in the TUIS (Taylor 
University in Singapore) course, leading to a 
certificate in Christian Ministries. 

The first group of 18 students was in three 
classes during the fall of 1897. They were 
taught by Dr. William Fry, head of Taylor's 
EngUsh department. He taught a freshman 
writing course and a literature course, along 
with supervising Josephine Lim, a Philippino 
woman who lives in Singapore and teaches 
Bible literature. 

Dr. Fry, along with Dr. Beulah Baker, 
Professor of English, supplied the Singapore 





photographs for these pages. Dr. Baker 
worked in Singapore during the spring 
semester teaching another writing course and 
an American literature course on current 
novelists. 

Other TU professors have also planned 
teaching experiences in Singapore, including 
Dr. Herbert Nygren, reUgion, for six weeks in 
the summer and Dr. Alan Winquist, history, 
in the fall. 

Of his experience in Singapore, Dr. Fry 
noted being impressed with "its vigor, 
discipline, annd vision. I literally felt as 
though I were standing on the threshold of the 
21st century." 

Future expansion of the project includes 
possibly adding a sophomore level year, 
including more business— oriented courses, 
and encouraging exchanges between Taylor 
students on campus and in Singapore. 



Singapore o-o 



19 



The Junior Class presents Taylor with its first university flag. 




Warren Brown, Mark Nevil and Todd Guyrc help the 
audience understand their "Revolutionary Ideas" dur- 
ing Homecoming Weekend. 

The 1987 Homecoming cabinet chose a 
historical theme of the creation of the U.S. 
Constitution 200 years ago in 1787 to organize 
its annual exciting mid-October visit with 
alumni. 

"We the People.. .One in Christ" aptly 
displayed their feelings that "Although 
Taylor is constantly changing and growing, 
its strong foundation in Christ has remained 
the same for over 141 years." 

Karen Pfister and Jamey Schmitz, Taylor 
Homecoming Cochairmen, made this 
welcoming remark to the Homecoming 
crowd, adding "With this in mind, we may 
reflect upon our Constitution and what it 
means to us as Christians and to Taylor." 



20 (X3 llomecommg 




'We the 

People . . . 

One in 

Chrisr 






Paul Meriweather makes it across 
the finish line in the annual Home- 
coming Belltower Classic. 






Taylor University President Jay Kesler welcomes students 
and visitors to the annual Homecoming I'estivilies Oct. 16- 
18. 



Homecommg &o 2] 



Jeff Blume gets a bit sentimental during the Variety Show, even with 
hie "ears'" on. 





Wally Campbell and Dave Kaufman do a little "role changing" during their act. 



22 O-o Variety Show 




All in One 
Show 



A Hit at the Variety 





The all-in-One quartet, including (L-R) Brian 
Bartow, James Kcnniv, Sieve Swing, and Joel 
Durkovic. belt out their Variety Show act. 



Variety Shou OO 23 




24 &0 Concerts 



Entertainers Inspire Campus 




Geoff Moore 



Concerts C>0 25 



YMCA and Hard Knock Life 
Rocks Airband 



The Village People took first place and $50 
for their efforts on "YMCA" during Taylor's 
annual October airband competition, earning 
the right to represent TU at the at-home 
intercollegiate competition in February. 

Second place and the $20 prize went to 
Second East Olsen for their rendition of "It's 
a Hard Knock Life." 

There was a tie for third between Pleasan- 
tdale Retirement Home's "Fall In" and 
"Wipe Out" by the Beach Boys and the Fat 
Boys. 

Jeff Jacobson and Dirk Rowley hosted the 
15-band competition, which was judged by 
Kim Johnson; Beki Lee, Secretary of Student 
Programs; Tim Nace, Director of Student 
Programs and Placement; and Rob Sisson, 
Wengatz Hall Director. ICC Airband Chair- 
man Aaron Neuman organized the produc- 
tion. 

Categories for judging included 
choreography or instnmiental sync, lip sync, 
originality, and costuming. 

Ken Smith al his dynamic best in concert. 

Stacey Peters, Kent Culbertson, Darren 
Nyce, and Brian Peters combine talents for 
a smooth sound. 








Tom Haleen has a cure for whatever ails anyone — Pepto-Bismal. 




The Third West Wengatz act has a quiet moment. 




Jimmy Hill. Todd Silvernale, and Willie Montgomery add mirth to their performance with added girth. 




Airband Oo 27 



Rediger Speakers: 





28 O-O Chape 



Enlightening and Entertaining 





Clockwise from top left: Taylor University President Dr. Jay Kesler; John Home, 
President of Navistar and Taylor Trustee; and inspirational speakers Mike Nelson, 
Greg Speck, and Brian Bartow and Joe Maniglia. 



Chapels Oo 29 



Bel Kaufman's 





October 22, 23, 24, 25, 1987 

October 29, 30, 31, November 1, 1987 

Little Theatre 
Taylor University 



30 CXJ Up the Down Staircase 




CAST 

Dr. Maxwell Clarke, High SlHoo) Prmciplal Bruce Fouse 

MEMBERS OF THE FACULPi' 

Sylvia Barett Valerie Flower 

Beatrice Schachter Mindy Mason 

Paul Barringer Tom Halleen 

MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL STAFF 

J. J. Mchabe Joe Maniglia" 

Ella Friederberg Janeen Anderson 

Frances Egan Melinda Flynn 

Charlotte XXolf Lois Hochstetler 

Samuel Bester Andy \X'inters 

Sadie Finch Judi Gibbons 



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STLIDENTS IN ROOM 304 

Lou Martin Brian Smith* 

Lennie Neumark Steve Barron 

Carole Blanca Patricia Mumme 

Alice Blake Pegg>' Byerley 

\'i\ian Paine Lisa Snapp' 

Rust}' O'Brien David Benjamin 

Linda Rosen Elyse Stimeman 

lose Rodriguez David Abraham 

Carrie Blaine Maria Koelsch 

Harr> Kagan James Church 

Jill Norris BeckT Hubbard 

Rachel Gordon Jennifer Baginski 

Elizabeth Ellis Juli Chandler 

Charles Arrons Cor\ Walsh 

Edward Williams Toby Shope" 

Joe Ferone Eddie Judd 

OTHER STL^ENTS 

Francine Gardner Beth Kroger 

Katherine VColzow Dionne Grant 

Helen Arbuzzi AngieGollmer 

EUen, Sy/uiQs fnend Julie Miner 



Up the Down Staircase *-*<' 31 



The Advanced Oral 
Interpretation Class 

presents 



THE FIFTIES' 

WHITE BUCKS 

and 

Blue Suede Shoes 




December 10, 11, 12, 1987 

Little Theatre 

Taylor University 





32 OO Oral Interp 





The Company 



Janeen Anderson 
Steve Barron 
Jennifer Blum 
Shasvna Bowlin 
Grelchen Burwick 
Peggy Byerley 
Jenny Dickinson 
Ginger Ducker 



Valerie Flower 
April Sewell 
Toby Shope 
Kelly Spencer 
Shawna Sloll 
Robert Thomas 
Tamara Widdocs 
Andy Winters 



Oral Inlerp ^X> 33 



Freebird Flies High on Nostalgia Night 




fnabird by Skinny Leonard was the high 
point of the February Nostalgia night, with 
the Taylor audience on its feet and begging 
for more of their powerful vocals and guitar 
sounds. 

Other highlights of the evening, hosted by 
Bryan Bartow, Joe Maniglia, Brian Smith, 
and Dirk Rowley, were U2, Th* Monttar Moth, 
Rcvolufion, the Everly Brothers, and of course 
All in One. 




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Dorothy Sayers 

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BUSMAN'S 



Direcled & Designed by l)i Oliver Ihthhurd 

CAST 

Mr. Pultett John Cotley 

Bunter Andy Winters 

Mrs. Ruddle Valerie Flower 

Harriet (Lady Peter Wimsey) Lisa Bartow 

Lord Peter Wimsey Bryan Bartow 

Miss Twitterton Patricia Mumme 

Frank Crutchley Cory Walsh 

Rev. Simon Goodacre Dirk Rowley 

Mr. MacBiide Tad Atkinson 

Constable Sellon Brian Smith* 

Superintendent Kirk Joe Maniglia* 

George Alan Cunningham 

Bill Todd Ladd 




February 18-21 and 25-28, 1988 

Little Theatre 

Taylor University 




36 Cxo Busman's Honeymoon 





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Busman's Honeymoon o-O 37 



Postmistress Maintains 
of the most popular 



"The mail is in!" 

It is a very simplistic phrase, yet the very mentioning of it can be 
music to the average Taylor student's ears. 

It is a phrase that can promote a broad range of emotions from 
extreme happiness upon receiving some mail from a friend or family 
member, to dejection for having received no correspondence what- 
soever. 

Such emotions are common to the college student, since it is a 
universal desire among the general consensus of the campus 
population to receive mail. 

Senior Chuck Stewart agrees. As a Wengatz Hall desk worker, he 
helps sort the mail for the residents there. 

"It's funny to see most of the guys almost unconsciously and instin- 
ctively check their mail boxes as soon as they enter the dorm, hoping 
they have a letter of a package," he stated with a laugh. 

"I enjoy seeing the excited looks that people get when they receive 
mail," said Chuck. "As a desk worker it's fun to be able to share in 
their excitement by delivering their letters or packages." 

Junior Shelly Moeschberger also finds some social benefits 
associated with being an English Hall desk worker. "Sorting the mail 
helps me to kow and learn more about the girls in my dorm," she said. 
"I associate each name with the faces." 

Del Roth, a junior from Morris hall, likes sorting mail because it 
allows him to "take a break from the monotony of routine desk work." 

Unfortunately, sorthing the mail can also be a time consuming, 
tedious chore. 

There are the inevitable setbacks, such as the dreaded letter without 
a correct of specific address, or every desk worker's potential 
nightmare— the holiday season. 

Just ask sophomore Sandy Freeman, who works at Olson desk. "One 
year I was required to sort mail the day following our Christmas 
break. There was so much accumulation of mail that I found it difficult 
to even move around! 

"It took me about six hours to finish sorting all the letters and 
packages," she added. 

And like most jobs, there are those unexpected quirks which add 
variety and excitement to the occupation, as well as providing light- 
hearted anecdotal stories. 

For instance, on of Gerig Hall's desk workers, freshman Chris 
Colthrop, will attest to the time when she received about 50 of Morris 
Hall's letters, mistakenly delivered to her dormitory residence. 

Obviously, the mail service is not exclusively reserved for on- 
campus residents. Faculty and off-campus students receive and send 
their mail via the Campus Post Office. 

Beverly Klepser (pictured on this page) is in charge of all such 
postal operations. As Campus Post Mistress, she deals with sorting the 
incoming mail and prepares the outgoing mail. She is also responsible 
for handling across the counter UPS packages and bulk mailing of 
depai-tmental memos, such as leaflets, memos and bulletins. 



38 o-O Mail Room 




her position as one 
people on campus 




Beverly's routine work day usually includes facing a non-stop, con- 
tinuous mail flow, so she relies heavily on the help of work study 
students. She often finds, however, that there are just not enough 
working hours to complete her job. 

Despite the pressures, Beverly is not so easily discouraged. She 
finds her job very demanding, yet very rewarding as well. "I love the 
personal, individualized contact that I have with students and people 
on campus," she said. 

She has not lost her sense of humor, either. When asked what 
positive aspects were included in her job, she was quick to respond 
with a smile "It's positively tiring ! " 




Mail Room oo 39 




Youths Follow 



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T!:i> anr.ual Youth Corierence in Mafch was an outstanding success 
tl is yoai-, with a "Follow the Leader" theme. High school youths were 
ti ,'afed to a weekend of good speakers, good fellowship (like Shawn 
Hai'ki'.ess's "follower," at left), and good fun, including waterball 
villeyball (next page, top.) Next page, bottom, Lisa Bartow does her 
part to ir.spire the students. 



40 CX) Youth Conference 



the Leader at Annual Conference 



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Youth Confercnuc OO 41 



Seniors Take Taylathon — Again 





42 &0 Taylalhon 








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The Taylathon bike race went to the expeiier.ced seniors again this team "riders" were a bit young for the event. Below, the teams had to 
year, who (above, left) proudly displayed their trophy. Bottom, left, practice most on exchanges. 
nu.st of the floois dressed for the occasion. Above, top, .some of the 



Taylalhon OO 43 



peZTer' SKcijp|^cr''s 




AMADEUS 



XprlL IS-COc^y 1 orA m<x.y 5-8, 1988 




CAST 

(in order of appearance) 

The "Venticelli" Jack Luger 

Cory Walsh 

Antonio Salieri Joe Maniglia* 

Salieri's Valet Tad Atkinson* 

Salieri's Cook Tom Halleen 

Joseph Il^mpcror of Austria Andy Winters* 

Johann Kilian von Strack Eddie Judd 

Count Orsini-Rosenberg Toby Shope* 

Baron van Swieten Steve Barron 

Giuseppe Bonno Jeff Jacobson 

Teresa Salieri Tammy Hittle 

Katherina Cavalieri Beth Kroger 

Constanze Weber Valerie Flower* 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Brian Smith* 

Major Domo Jim Church 

Citizens of Vienna David Abraham 

Dawn Bartow, John Coffey 
Elyce Elder, Renee Fares 



44 O^ Amadeus 






Amadcus OO 45 



Augsberger Addresses 300 Graduates 




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Three hundred excited Taylor 
graduates gathered into the 
traditionally very warm stadium 
Saturday, May 21, with Board of 
Trustees, faculty, and friends for 
graduation exercises. 

They were treated to a Bc- 
calaureate speech by Dr. Myron S. 
Augsberger, president of the 
Chi-istian College Coalition, who 
challenged the happy group to 
really make a difference. 

TSO President Philip Herman 
(next page, bottom) added his 
graduation thoughts during a 
Commencement address in the 
afternoon. 

Among the happiest of 
graduates was Scott Dubois, 
Converse, Indiana, who received a 
standing ovation from his 
classmates as he "wheeled" his 
way to the platform (pictured 
above) to receive his diploma. 



46 OO Graduation 







Graduation OO 47 



^Clown Class' Shares Mixed Emotions 

as It Graduates from Taylor 






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Graduation OO 49 



Though Clubs Change . . . 




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Clubs OO 51 



Mizpah Explores Various Art Forms 




Mizpah, including some of the more philosophical members of the Third Morris Brotherhood, relaxes for a moment before tackling one of its diverse projects. Mizpah members in- s 
elude Steve Baarendse, Wally Campbell, Kevin Sloat, Mark Rmgenberg, Ken Hugoniot, Scott McGlasson, Shawn Denny, Joe Miller, Thorn Verratti, and Troy Felton. 



52 OO Clubs 





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The Grand Vizier bestows the Sacred Golf Club upon 
the Young Neophyte. (From the reading of Aunt Ger- 
tie's Will, Act V, scene iii). 



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Troy Felton, a/k/a Crouton, as "Timmy the Deviant Child." 



Clubs OO 53 



1987 Homecoming 
Cabinet 




Probe Leaders 




Taylor Bell Ringers 

Taylor Bell Ringers- (L-R) Stephanie Taggart, 
Linda Lewis, Lisa Notestine, Rhonda Stonck, 
.lennifer Albcrson. Kevin Cole. Thorn Verratti, 
Don Reynolds, Amy Grueser, Marcia Diller, 
Jill Conner. Not pictured are Lisa Puck and 
Karen Colloni. The group's director is Dr. 
Richard Parker. 




54 O-o Clubs 




W.O.W. Club 



W.O.W. Club - (From row, L-R) Janelle 
Hershberger, Ellen Suter, David Keck. (Row 
2) Cheryl Duncan, Sonya Good, Janell De- 
Turk, Stephanie Bruther. (Row 3) Clyde Park- 
er, Susan Wiles, Melinda Fine. (Row 4) Matt 
Wengerd, Doug Hoist, Steve Erickson. 




Wandering Wheels 




Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes 



Clubs oo 55 



Taylor 

Concert 

Band 




Taylor 

Jazz 
Ensemble 




56 OO Organi/ntiiins 




Youth 

Conference 

Cabinet 



Chorale 




Organi/ralions OO >7 



WTUC 




Ilium 



Editor Jenny Dickinson and Assistant Editor 
Shawn Harkness. 



58 cxo Clubs 





Echo 



Editor Jeff Kiger, above, and Associate Editor John 
Bachman, below. 




Editor 

Associate Editor 

Feature Editor 

Campus Editor 

Sports Editor 

Entertainment Editor 

Layout Editor 

Weekly Columnist 

Business Manager 

Advertising Manager 

Photographer 

Editorial Advisor 

Financial Advisor 



Jeff Kiger 
John Bachman 
Pamela Teo 
Jennifer Blum 
Chris Boyd 
Beth Keller 
David Vermeesch 
Dirk Rowley 
ThorThomsen 
Chad Massey 
Randy Seidehamel 
Marilyn Walker 
Dale Jackson 



Clubs OO 59 



ICC Seniors 




Greek Class 



ICC 

Freshmen 








60 OO Clubs 




Taylor 
Sounds 





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ICC Juniors 



Clubs CXJ 61 



Gerig 
PAJs 





Morris P,A,*s 



62 OO Clubs 




Y, C. 

Cabinet 




English P.A.^s 



Clubs O-o (,3 



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Taylor Student Services 



64 OO Clubs 



Student Court 








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Clubs CX3 65 



Though Sports Change . . . 




66 OO Sports 




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Christ Does Not Change 



Sporls oO ''7 



Taylor Trojans Complete Mini-Series 



The 1987 Taylor football season can best be 
described as a three-part miniseries. The first 
part involves the first four games where 
Taylor was 4-0 and ranked 20th nationally. 
The second includes Taylor's four losses to 
teams with a combined record of 32-8, and the 
final segment involving their last two vic- 
tories allowed them to compile a 64 record. 

Earlham College was Taylor's first foe of 
the 1987 season. The game was very close 
earUer in the second half when alldistrict 
defensive end Dave Moellering intercepted a 
pass and rambled an exciting 101 yards for a 
touchdown. 

With a 3-0 record, Taylor received national 
attention by being ranked 24th in the NAIA 
Division H. The final act of the first 
miniseries involved a 49-15 pounding of 
Kalamazoo College on Parents' Day. Thus, 
the first part of the miniseries was completed 
with Taylor 4-0, ranked 20th in the nation and 
No. 1 nationally in total defense. 

The second part of the miniseries begins 
with a showdown between unbeaten Rose 
Hulman and the Trojans. A see-saw battle 
evolved, but due to some turnovers late in the 
game. Rose Hulman emerged the victor 10-8. 

Mike Woods eludes the defense in another carry. 
The 1987-88 Taylor Trojan Football Team. 




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68 OO Kootball 



Jeff Sewell meets an insurmountable obstacle. 




Depauw University was the next opponent. 
In a similar and heartbreakingly close battle, 
TU lost by one point at 15-14. After a poor 
performance in the second half of the Wabash 
game, and an offense that was ranked second 
in rushing from St. Francis, the Trojans found 
themselves a disappointing 4-4, after their 
best start in 17 years at 4-0. 

In the third segment of the miniseries, 
Taylor was able to salvage the last two games 
and set its record at 6-4, the best tally in the 
past ten years. 

Manchester was the first team the Trojans 
had to face. After a big first quarter offen- 
sively and a blocked punt by Gary Chapman, 
the Trojans routed Manchester 44-14 for their 
fifth victory of the season. 

The season finale was at home against an 
explosive Hanover College team, ranked No. 
1 in the nation in total offense. Hanover began 
by scoring on its first possession, but Taylor 
had regained the lead at halftime 21-14. With 
only a few minutes left in the contest, Taylor 
was ahead 42-35. However, Hanover marched 
for a touchdown with about two minutes left in 
the game. 

With the score 42-Jl, Hanover went for a 
two-point conversion, but Larry Phelps 
knocked the pass down and the Trojans won 
42-41 in the most exciting game of the season. 

Taylor had a fine season in all, with some 
individual standouts. Jimmy Hill, Moellering, 
Robert Anderson and Walker were named to 
the all-district defensive team. Mike Woods, 
rushing for 989 yards on the season, made the 
all-district offense. 




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work to score. 

The 1987 Trojan soccer team finished with 
a 4-10 record, posting wins over Purdue- 
Calumet (Sept. 19) at 1-0; Bethel College 
(Sept. 26) with an impressive 3-1 decision; St. 
Francis College (Oct. 10) at 2-1 and Anderson 
(Oct. 24) with another 1-0. 

Although the stats are not impressive, the 
rebuilding team kept up a positive attitude 
throughout the season, as the record shows. 

The season's top match was probably the 
3-1 defeat of Bethel College, a long-time foe, 
according to Coach Mike Springer. 

The final triumph was a really sweet win 
against Anderson on Saturday, Oct. 24, after 
the Trojans had allowed themselves to be 
defeated by the nearby Hoosier university one 
week earlier 3-1. 

The young team lost one senior, Phil 
Kroeker, to graduation. Kroeker 
distinguished himself as the second four-year 
letterman in the history of the team. 

Returning will be a junior and five 
sophomores, as well as freshman forward 
Dave McPherson, who scored the deciding 
goal against Anderson in October. 

The team ended its season by falling to 
NAIA District 21 leader Goshen in the Oct. 31 
playoffs. 








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The 1987-88 Taylor Trojan Soccer Team. 




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Soccer CO 71 



Jarheads Send Two to Nationals 



Although the Taylor Cross Country team 
lost five seniors last year, it had an extremely 
successful year, even bettering last year's 
win-loss record. The Jarheads beat 83 teams 
while losing to only 12 the entire season. 

Season highUghts include a third at their 
own invitational, their highest finish in the 
past several years, and a Tri-State second. 
The 1987 Jarheads also grabbed an elusive 
first at the NCCAA District 3 meet, and took 
fourth out of 19 at the NCCAA November 
nationals. Bragg finished 18th and Fruchey 
topped his previous time by over a minute, 
finishing at 26: 36. 

Despite a second to arch-rival Anderson at 
the NAIA Manchester College districts, 
Bragg and Gerig finished well enough at sixth 
and eighth to advance to NAIA nationals. 
Bragg finished 99th at the nationals with only 
one shoe, losing the other somewhere along 
the course. 

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The 1987-88 Taylor Cross Country team included: (Front row, L-R) Johnalhon Soris, Daryl 
Rider, Trent Mays, Mike White, Matt Garnett, Nate Phinney, and Darren White. Back Row: 
Coach Chris Loy, Asst. Coach Jeff Peterson, Jeff Cramer, Mike Englen, Brad Cogdell, Mike 
Fruchey, Kevin Roth, Bob Bragg, Jerry Gerig, Simon Mungai, and Asst. Coach Quinn White. 



Matt Garnett gains momentum on the backstretch. 





Cross Countr\ o-o 73 



Sherry Pomeroy Wins Wheeler Award 



The women's cross country team had a 
rebuilding year in 1987, with two of their top 
seven from the 1986 squad returning. Despite 
their inexperience, the ladies did a great job, 
according to their Assistant Coach, Kelly 
Hughes. 

"They were hard-working, enthusiastic, 
and displayed a good sense of team unity," 
she pointed out. Coach Ray Bullock (alias 
Papa Jarhead) did an excellent job of 
coaching an almost entirely new squad, she 
added. 

"Dedication, efficiency, encouragement, 
and experience are a few of the qualities he 
possesses that make him a CHOICE 
COACH," Hughes said. "He puts in that extra 
time and goes that extra mile." 

The 1987 team was led by Seniors Sherry 
Pomeroy (team captain) and Cindy Jahn, 
both of whom made it to the NAIA nationals, 
and JuUe Zehnder. 

Highlights for the team included its third in 
the NAIA District 21 meet and another third 
at NCCAA in Cederville, Ohio. 

At the nationals, Pomeroy won the coveted 
Wheeler Award for the Christian cross coun- 
try athlete of the year. Jahn finished fifth 
overall and was named to the NCCAA All- 
American team. 





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Trojans Enjoy New Tennis Courts 



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Ladies' Tennis Has Rewarding Season 




1987 WOMEN'S VARSITY TENNIS TEAM— Led by the first three returning singles resounding 7-2 over Goshen College in September and just kept right on going 
from the 1986 season, the Taylor TroJanes won their first match with o for o very successful season. 



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1988 Trojan Volleyball Team — above, 
includes (front) JillSwafford; (Middle) 
Kathy O'Brien, Coach Jill Wyant, 
Becky Roost and Dana Brubaker; 
(Back) Michelle Hollar, Susan 
McAllister, Donna Moore, Lisa Arnold, 
Joy Altenburg, Jill Seaman, Laurel 
Kinzer and Stacey Bishop. At right, the 
team prepares to celebrate after its 
championship at districts. 



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Netters Make NCCAA Nationals 





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It took the 1988 Taylor volleyball team, 
consisting of five returning letter winners and 
six freshmen, a little time to get going this 
year. But once they did, a fantastic season 
was waiting for them. 

Our Lady Trojans, winning seven of their 
last eight matches, became the first Taylor 
volleyball team to win the NCCAA district 
championship. They were also the first to 
play in the NCCAA national volleyball tour- 
nament. 

At the district tournament, Coach Jill 
Wyant was named Coach of the Year, and 
sophomore Laurel Kinzer was named MVP 



for the tournament action. 

Laurel was also the first Taylor volleyball 
player to be named to the NAIA team, and 
was further recognized at the nationals as an 
All-American. 

Records broken this year include the team 
hitting record, the team blocking record, the 
individual blocking record (Michelle Hollar) 
and the individual kill percentage (Kinzer). 

Coach Wyant noted "This is the most 
exciting team I've ever coached because of its 
enthusiasm, youth, eagerness to learn, and 
willingness to make changes. 



"This is also the most coachable team I've 
ever had. I'm looking forward to next year 
with bigger and better things in mind," she 
added. 

Wyant also advised that this year's young 
team would not lose any seniors to 
graduation, so next year should be "bigger 
and better." 

She was also grateful for all the 
encouragement from TU fans, including 
prayers, signs, and "just being there for us." 
Remember," she added, "Let your heart be 
filled with praise..." 



Vollcvball C>0 81 



Trojans Finish 25-8; 13-0 at Home 




Above; Jim Bushur works the ball. Right: Robby Phillips gets a 
jumper. Opposite page, top: The Taylor Trojan basketball team, 
including (front row, 1-r) Ryan Sorrell, Robby Phillips, Jim Bu- 
shur, Jay Teagle, Steve Fortenberry, Scott Dean, Doug Baker, 
and Eric Foister. Back row: Jeff Marsee, trainer; Steve Hewitt, 
Assistant Coach; Paul Patterson, Coach; Pete Newhouse, Rod 
Chandler, Dale Miller, Dave Romig, Allen Quails, Steve Wood, 
Joe Crist, Brian Crawley, Greg Habegger, Assistant Coach, and 
Mike Springer, Assistant Coach. Bottom left: Senior Steve For- 
tenberry takes aim at the foul line. Bottom right: Jay Teagle 
grabs a rebound. 



Despite problems of inexperience which local sports 
statisticians felt would hamper the Taylor Trojan basketball 
team this year, the group had another outstanding season 
with a 25-8 record. 

Additionally, they were unbeaten on their own home turf, 
with o 13-0 tally in Don Odie Gymnasium. 

Success was due, in part, to the continued leadership of 
Jim Bushur, Jay Teagle, and Robby Phillips, as well as the 
return of defensive genius Steve Fortenberry to the team. 

Team freshmen, including Dale Miller and Pete Newhouse, 
provided consistent scoring for the group, and sophomores 
Ryan Sorrell and Scott Dean completed the game-winning 
bocl^bone of the group. 



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Lisa Anderson grabs the rebound, despite Franklin's action. 



The Lady Trojans kept their season 
exciting, all right, with an 11-14 record going 
into NCCAA play which did not accurately 
display how strong the group had become by 
the end of the season. 

The group's strong ending to an an up- 
and-down season had coach Marcey Girton 
increasingly confident of her young group, 
especially for future seasons. "We're about 
two or three years away from a consistently 
strong program," she noted. "But we're 
definitely on the right track." 

She relied on team seniors Lisa Anderson 
and Susan Kellum for most of the floor 
leadership. Anderson, at center, was second 
high scorer at 13 points per game, boasting a 
team-high 51 percent from the field. Guard 
Kellum averaged 9.4 points and 3.4 assists per 
game. 

The offensive strength got a real boost from 
the younger team members, too. Freshman 
Heidi White was the leading Trojan scorer at 
just under 15 ppg and averaged 7.7 rebounds 
per game. 

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Heidi While shoots over the Marion players. 




84 O-o Lady's Basketball 



Lady Trojans Keep Season Exciting 




The 1987-88 Lady Trojan Basketball Team: (Front row. L-R) Laura May Chitwood, Melissa Brown, Christa Snyder, and Lori Arndd. Back: Beth Mignon, Heidi While, 
Lisa Anderson, Jennv Diller, Cathv Ryan, Shannon Warfield, Susan Kellurn, and Coach Marcy Girton. 



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The Lady Trojans, ending a 
tough season 12-21, included 
(Front row, L-R) Joey Santy, 
Shannon Ford, and Kim Ward. 
Row two: Jennifer Gottfried, 
Jenny Baginski, Nancy Jo Talley, 
Wendy Schroyer, and Joy Alten- 
burg. Back Row: Beth Mignon, 
Stacey Bishop, Peggy Byerley, 
Heidi Crutchfield, Jodi Gomez, 
Jan Canze, Lisa Gendich, Cheryl 
Cina, and Coach Jill Wyant. 




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Lady Trojans Strong in Every Event 




1988 Taylor Women's Track Team: (Front) Dana Deacon, Michelle Harlan, Marcia Walker, Kelley Hughes, Sherry Pomeroy. Michelle Hollar, Anne DeGraff, Susan 
McAllister, and Teresa Gollmer. Back Row: Head Coach Bill Bauer, Shannon Warfield, Lori Arnold, Wendy Smith. Monique Comstock, Melody Massman, Elena 
Martin, Stephanie Soucy, Christine Smart, Jenni Scott, and Coach Chris Coy. Not pictured: Coach Ron Korfmacher. 



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Golfers Take NCCAA District Second 




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1988 Taylor Golf Team: (front) Don Tibbetts. Todd Hardy. (Back) Greg Liddick, Erik Fahlen, Pete Setion, Jon Phillips, and Coach and Athletic Director Joe Romine. 

Coached by Taylor Athletic Director, the 1988 Taylor Golf team had another Creek Golt Course in early May. Senior Jon Phillips shot a 78 in the corn- 
very good season, capped by a NCCAA District 3 second at home at Walnut petition, which earned him a berth on the all-district team. 



Golf O-o 91 





Trojans Take 
NAIA Second 
in District 21 



The Taylor track team had an outstanding season, peaked 
by NAIA District 21 second with 157 points to Anderson 
University's 193. Mike Yoder won the 200 during the meet, as 
well OS setting a school record in the 100, for which he took a 
third. 

Rich Stanislaw also won the 400 hurdles, with Bob Bragg 
taking the 3,000 meter steeplechase. 

Scott Nieveen was the other Taylor winner, in the 400. Rob 
Church and Paul Meriweather also finished second and third 
in the 400, to sweep the event. 

Nieveen, Meriweather, Yoder, and Church also took the 
400 relay. Church, Stanislaw, Nieveen, and Yoder won the 
1 ,600 relay as well. 






Top Left: 1988 Trojan Track Team, including (Front Row, L-R) Ed Drisdell, 
Daron White. Mark Stocksdale. Simon Mungai, Jeff Sewell. Jerry Gerig, Doug 
Widdoes, Rusty Stewart, Walter Moore and Bob Bragg. Middle row: William 
Taylor, Tim Hertzler. Drew Stanislaw, Roger Love, Mike Woods, Mitch Conwell, 
John Faber, Mike White, Matt Garnett, Lance Sonneveldt, Nate Phinney, and 
Paul Meriweather. Back Row: Coach Chris Coy, Matt Schwartz, Willem Van 
Beek, Dan Foor, Eric Foister, Rob Church. Rich Stanislaw. Pedro Rosario, Mike 
Engler, Scott Nieveen, Mike Yoder, and Head Coach Bill Bauer. Not pictured: 
Coach Ron Korfmacher. 

Bottom Left: Kevin Roth splashes through the steeplechase. 

Above: Doug Widdoes (top) and Rusty Stewart (bottom) perform in the pole vault. 

Right: Mike White hits the water in the steeplechase. 



Track OO 93 



Weber Rides Taylor Horse in National 



Equestrian Club members — Below, Left to right, watching the competition are Sheri 
Russell, Charlene Mooney, and AM Davis. At right at bottom: members and mounts 
putting their best feet forward, both in English and Western saddle. Opposite page, top: 
Sheri Russell models her English attire. At bottom, the club gathers for outside ring 
competition. 






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The Taylor Equestrian Club had one of its 
best seasons this year, with a national per- 
formance in North Carolina by Phil Weber 
and six riders qualifying for the regionals. 

The club consisted of 16 very cooperative 
and hard-working members, ranging from 
first time beginners to more advanced riders. 
The group was led by Brian Christie, who has 
advised the team for the past six years. It was 
coached by Dorothy and T.J. LeBlanc, a 
mother and son team at JTL Stables about ten 
minutes from campus. 

Club officers included President Lynn 
Robb, Vice-President Liz Foote, Secretary 
Sonja Shamblin, and Treasurer Mark 
McMahan. 

Riders included Andrea Clock, Ali Davis, 
Wayne Dietrich, Liz Foote, Sue Kahlenbeck, 
Mikala Mishler, Charlene Mooney, Lynn 
Robb, Sheri Russell, April Sewell, Sonja 
Shamblin, Amy Spailinger, Katrina Stout, 
Phil Weber, and Jenna Westerf ield. 




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Seniors C>o 99 



Janeen Anderson 
Communications Studies 



Tim Anderson 
Business Systems 



Sheena Antonio 
Chemistry 



Doug Baker 

Math 








Lisa Anderson 
Business 




Whitney Anderson 
Business/Spanish 




Patricia Archibald 
Music 




Jeff Arnette 



100 OO Seniors 



Tammy Baranouski 
Math 



Teresa Bardsley 
Elementary Education 



Dale B. Barthauer 
Accounting/Systems 



Janelle Behm 

Psychology 









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Tina Baranowski 



Denice Barker 



David P. Bates 
Business Systems 



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Seniors o-O '01 



Brian Berce 
History 





Todd Bauder 
Business 



Mike Bertsche 
Math 




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Business Administration 



Carolyn Boberg 
Psychology 





Lori Boren 
Social Work 



Mark Brown 
Political Science 





Debra Brown 

Early Childhood Development 



102 O-O Seniors 



Mike Bupb 
Business Administration 





Cristinc M. Burehi 
Business Administration 



Michele Busic 
Biology 





Tammy Byrnes 
Aeeounting 



Suzanne Cason 
Business Administration 





Daria Cheesman 



Brian Christy 
Psychology 





Rob Church 
Physical Education 



Seniors OO 1^3 



Carol (Meier) Cisson 
Psychology 





Lisa A. Clark 
Elementary Education 



Brent A. Clodgo 
Computer Science 





Lisa Clouse 
Business 



Amy Sue Coats 
Elementary Education 






Karen Collom 
Education 



Steve Connet 
Accounting 








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104 CXS Seniors 



Shelly Cramer 
Christian Education 





Randy Crowder 
Computer Science 



David S. Deardorff 
EngHsh 





Tammy L. DeBoer 
Social Work 



Annette DeGraff 
Psychology 





Eric DcHaan 
Business 



Ruthanna Denton 





David Dickinson 
History 



Seniors &0 105 



Wayne S. Dietrich 

Business Adm/Systems p 

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Amy R. Dodge 

Biology 



Mark D. Doud 
Political Science 



Scott Dubois 











Jennifer S. Diiler 
Elementary Education 



Michelle Donaldson 
Political Science/History 



Mary Drebaugh 
Business 



Amv Duchemin 



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Cherylynne Duncan 
Political Science 



Rob Easier 



Erik A. Fahlen 
Business Administration 



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Elementary Education 










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Cindy L. Ferguson 
Psychology 



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Communication Studies 



Seniors OO 107 



Shannon Ford 
Physical Education 





Steve Forlenberry 
Bible Literature 



Rebecca Pouts 

Music 




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Elementary Education 



Kim Frederickson 
Accounting 





Nancy Frettinger 
Education 



Stephen A. Fuchs 





Lora L. Fulks 
Elementary Education 



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Darrin Fuller 
Art 





Patli Gammagc 
Education 



John Geisz 
Mass Communications 





Jeffrey S. Gertz 
Communication Studies 



Sara Genshaw 
Communication Studies ' 





Judith Gibbons 

Social Work 



Rence D. Gilliat 
Music Education 





Melanic Glassburn 
Psychology 



Seniors OO 109 



Lorall Gleason 
Early Childhood Education 





Mark Goeglein 
Psychology 



Heidi Goehring 
Recreation 





Angle Gollmer 
Communications 



Douglas B. Gradin 
Mass Communications 





Dionne Grant 
Spanish 



Steven Grimes 
Physical Education 





Chris Hachet 
Social Studies 



110 e>0 Sc-niors 



Karin Hall 
Education 





Steve Hallen 

Business Administration 



Leigh Hammond 
Sociology 





Crystal Handy 
Elementary Education 



Jay Hanko 
History 





Robert Hanlon 
Computer Science 



Mark Harris 
Biblical Literature 





Sheila Harris 
Psychology 



Seniors C>0 1 1 1 



Sandy Havenga 
Business Administration 





Kay Heinlein 
Elementary Education 



Philip Herman 
Social Work 





Sharon Hilgerd 
Psychology 



Bertha L. Hilson 
Psychology 





David Hinman 
Education 



Timothy P. Hirons 
Business/Systems 





Todd Hoatson 



112 OO Seniors 



Karen Hollars 
Business 





Frances A. Horvath 
Psychology 



Daniel D. House 
Business Administration 





KcllcN Hughes 
History 



Heather Hull 





Steven Huprich 
Biology 



Jeff Hurd 
Psychology 





Jonathan M. Jeran 
Psychology 



Seniors O-O 113 



Ann Johnson 
Christian Education 





Marion Johnson 
Education 



Amy Jones 
Accounting 





Jennifer Jurgensen 
Communication Studies 



Mark A. Kach 
Business 





Anatoie T. Kamentz 
Accounting/Systems 



Debora Karacson 
Education 





Daria Kaskins 
Business 



1 14 c«o Seniors 



David R. Keck 
Accounting 





Beth L. Keller 

Mass Communications 



Susan Kellum 
Physical Education 



Dina Sue King 
Business Administration 





Timothv Kern 



Phillip King 
Business 



Karl A. Knarr 
Computer Science 





Kurt Knuth 
History 



Seniors O-o 115 



Phillipe P. Kroeker 
Computer Science 




Jeffrey Lair 
Computer Science 




Janice Lambert 
Math Education 




David Lavin 
Computer Science 








Todd Ladd 



Clint Lake 
Computer Science 



Jodi Lambright 
Business 



David Ledbetter 
Psychology 



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John R. Lockvvood 
Business Administration 





Steve Long 
Physics 



Joseph Maniglia 
Communication Studies 





Christy McKinley 
Education 



Mark McMahan 
Business 





Jennifer McNeill 
Accounting/Systems 



Cynthia Meeks 





Gail Mercer 
Biology 



Seniors cX) ' I ^ 



Beth Mignon 
Physical Education 








Douglas Miller 



Jeffrey G. Miller 
Psychology 





Lisa Miller 
Recreational Leadership 



Stacia Miller 





Brian Mishler 
Accounting 



Mikala Mishler 
Business Administration 





Ben Morton 
Recreational Leadership 



118 CXf Seniors 



Jamie Mosier 
Political Science 




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Education 



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Social Work 



Carole L. Newing 
English/Political Science 





Scott Nicvcen 
Computer Science 



Seniors OO "9 



Kevin Nill 
Business Administration 





Scott A. Ooley 
Music 



Michael Parker 
Biblical Literature 





Rachel Parmelle 

Early Childhood Development 



Chris Paynter 
Computer Science 





Brian J. Peters 
Business Systems 



Jeffrey C. Peterson 
Biology 





Doug Peterson 
Christian Education 



120 O-O Seniors 



Karen Pfister 
Psychology 





Jon Phillips 
Computer Systems 



Robby Phillips 
Business Administration 






Matt Piekarski 
Business Systems 



Nancy D. Plumb 
English 





Sherry Pomeroy 
Education 



Stephen Powell 
Computer Systems 





Molly Platz 
Christian Education 



Seniors OO 121 



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Elementary Education 




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Daryl Rider 
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Psychology 



Lynn E. Robb 
Business Systems 





Dawn Roberds 
Elementary Education 



122 OO Seniors 



Michelle Roberts 
Art 




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Shelley Rogers 



Sharmaine RoUe 
Elementary Education 





Karen E. Rollund 
Education 



Pedro Rosario 
Recreational Leadership 





Darin Roth 

Business Administration 



Keith Roth 
Computer Science 





Wendy Rutherford 
Communication Studies 



Seniors &0 123 



Joey Santy 
Physical Education 




Ann Schladenhauffen 
Computer Science 




Tonya Sciiroyer 
Recreation 




Kim Shaddix 
Psychology 











Edwin J. Sass 
Christian Education 



Jamey Schmitz 
Psychology 



Carolyn Schumaker 
Education 



Becky J. Shannon 
Psychology 



124 c>0 Seniors 



Angela Smith 



Kimberly Smith 
Psychology 



Kelly Soencer 
Communication 



Kelly J. Spencer 
Communication Studies 














Brian Smith 
Communication 



Lisa Snapp 
Elementary Education 



Deborah Spencer 



Richard J. Stanislaw 
Political Science 



Seniors &0 '25 



Faith Stauffer 
Mass Communications 



Scott Stephens 
Business Systems 



Mari< Stocksdale 
Secondary Education 



Kay Stotts 














Kimberly Stephens 
Psychology 



Charles Stewart 
Christian Education 



Beverly Stoops 
Social Work 



Steven Swing 
Computer Science 



126 oo Seniors 



Rebecca Swofford 
Social Work 





Jeffrey Thomas 



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Leanne Vannattan 
Education 





Rita Verscndaal 
Business 



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Anne E. Wagner 
Art Education 





Kimberly K. Ward 
Medical Technology 



Janelle Walton 
Music 





Mark Wenger 
Math 



Matt Wengeru 
Psychology 





Jeffrey Wetherill 
Bible Literature 



Quinn White 
Education 





Tammy Widdoes 

Communication Studies 



!28 OO Seniors 



Susan Wiles 
Spanish 





Rochelle L. Wilkie 
Political Science 



Lori Williams 
Education 





Toni Williams 
English 



Gregory Wilson 
Business Systems 





Laura Wilson 

Mass Communications 



Daniel Winters 





Julie T. Wiseman 
Medical Technology 



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Larissa Wolf 
Elementary Education 



Keith A. Wright 
Social Studies 



Michael L. Yoder 
Political Science 



Julia Zehnder 
Biology 










Robin Worst 
Psychology 



Menda L. Wright 
Communications Educa- 
tion 



Denise Yircott 

Mass Communications 



1 30 O-o Seniors 




Seniors OO 13i 



Off Campus Housing Becomes Popular 



Lemeita Abshear 

Jennifer Alberson 

Lori Anderson 

Robert Anderson 

Whitney Anderson 

April Armstrong 



Jennifer Austin 

Rod Baccus 

John Bachman 

Jeff Bailey 

Lori Banks 

Jerry Baughey 



Beth Benjamin 

David Benjamin 

Shawna Bowlin 

Amy Brown 

Jeff Brown 

Jill Burke 



Larry Butt 

Shirley Burton 

Rachel Byler 

Debi Gallant 

Ron Campbell 

Jan Canze 



Andrea Carr 

Andrea Clock 

Karen Clouston 

Deborah L. Cook 

Jennifer Craig 

Jill Crouch 



Scott Cummings 

Martha Dennen 

David Diller 

Julie Embree 

John Filby 

Jan Finkbeiner 



Lisa Foster 

Ryan Frauhiger 

Martha Godfrey 

Jill Godorhazy 

Teresa Gollmer 

Troy Gongwer 



Jennifer Hammel 

John Hapner 

Shawn Harkness 

William Hatfield 

Charles Hess 

Michelle Hoekstra 




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132 CX3 Off Campus Housing 



as Taylor experiences Growing Pains 




Michelle Hollar 
David Home 
Richard Home 
John Hossack 
Mall Hurl 
Tim Imperial 



Debbie Kahn 
Bud Kay 
Dawn Keller 
James Land 
Jeff Leichly 
Terri Leino 



Darlene Lofgren 
Claudia Logan 
Healher Long 
Cmdy Ludwig 
Reann Lydick 
Dean Mantha 



Lynelle McMullen 
Brian Miller 
David Moellering 
Seth Musselman 
Julie A, Nefl' 
Carol Newhouser 



Shawn Pala 
Clyde Parker 
Lisa Puck 
Melissa Pucketl 
Julia Resch 
Shirley Rider 



April Sewell 
Sonya Shamblin 
Brian Shivers 
Jennifer Shivers 
Lisanne Shape 
Chnsta Snvder 



Kalrina Sloul 
Kcnl Syman/ik 
Kim Taccella 
Margo Lynn Ticde 
Gina Trejo 
Mark J. L'nger 



Mel Valde/ 
Suzanne Walker 
David W. Woodring 
Sleven A. Wolfe 



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First 

North 

English 



Dara Bass 

Jennifer Blum 

Cheryl Clark 

Ruby Duszton 

Gretchen Edinger 



Crystal Lambright 

Mandi Peterson 

Merry M. Rosz 

Laura Schneck 

Nancy Jo Talley 



Shelley Utter 

Michelle Yoder 

Michelle Martin 

Shannan Morris 

Debby Moore 




Pop Can RaidSy Punch Tasting, Picnics: 



After long nights of slaving over popcorn 
poppers and mixing cookie dough for 300 
cookies, time consuming fundraisers this 
year were abandoned for simplistic pop can 
raids. 

And although their yearbook picture with 
Petra did not turn out, the ladies had some 
interesting highlights. A wing meeting last 



January was a surprise birthday party for 
those with summer birthdays, including the 
three Michelles on the floor. 

They also enjoyed an October outing to the 
Windy City, as 13 couples spent a day in 
Chicago sight-seeing, shopping, and sampling 
Gino's and Giordano's pizza. 

An evening of movies, games, and pizza 



created some interesting situations, as the 
girls were forced to get closer than they 
desired to some people during a game of 
"stack 'em." 

They have also become the only floor on 
campus whose occupants do not care that 
they don't have wing shirts. 



134 OO Floors 




Joy Altenburg 
Debbie Benson 
Anna Brane 
Alychia Brumbaugh 
Jill Conner 
Kala Craig 



Diana Crosson 
Susan Ebanks 
Debbie Foster 
Natalie Green 
Janelle Hall 
Janelle Hershberger 



Tamara King 
Kristie Kuhnle 
Kathleen Mervine 
Maria Myer 
Becky Roost 
Marcy Roost 



Kathleen Saylor 
Jenni Scott 
Jill Seaman 
Becky Winterholter 
Lauri Winterholter 



First 

South 

English 



The English Floors Had FUN! 



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English residents even had fun on snowy walks to the DC. 



Iloors OO 135 



Marcy Brenneman 

Julie Brackin 

Kristi L. Brown 

Sheri Bedi 

Sharon Dve 



Shari Ehresman 

Marlis Farmwald 

Mary Glensmen 

Karen Kraft 

Maria Koelsch 



Susan Konold 

Teresa Larimore 

Laura Menningen 

Debbie Miller 
Christine Neideck 



Second North 

and Second 

Center English 



Tammy Ortman 

Heather Parker 

Amy Pertee 

Ellen Rennie 

Maria Willis 





I 16 O-o Floors 




Kathy Rosenlhall 
Sheri Russell 
Shannon Simpkins 
Stephanie Soucy 



Lori Arnold 
LiesI Boggs 
Lisa Cassar 
Tricia Cassity 
Julie Chandler 
Shellv Fickau 



Jennifer Gianopulos 
Mollv Gingery 
N. Ji'll Herman 
Annette S. Herman 
Adele M. Heinrich 
Terry Lefebvre 



Brigid McFadden 
Rebecca R. McMillan 
Yvonne Morrow 
Jennifer Price 
Amy Robins 
Sarah Riley 




Second Center English 



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Pam Agee 

Stacy Bishop 

Gretchen Burwick 

Ann Calkins 

Cama L. Cooper 

Leah Dunlap 



Mary Ellis 

Kimberly Evans 

Michelle Frantz 

Kirsten Fox 

Dana Goldstone 

Susan McAllister 



Laura Mihara 
Kamela Moore 
Lynda Nelson 
Missy Nieveen 
Kristen Plaggemars 
Carmel Tansy 




Second South English 




The ladies of Second South English have had a zany year, with 
spaghetti left over for days from a wing spaghetti picnic, for example. 
The group loved picnics this year —oriental picnics, junk food picnics, 
and regular American picnics. 

They also went to a campus movie for a pick-a-date, then blindfolded 
the guys, stole their car keys, and kidnapped them to Chi- Chi's in 
Muncie for fried ice cream. 



They have stenciled boxer shorts to match their wing shirts, too, this 
year, and used them for aerobics every night at 9:30 p.m. 

Making other uses of their artistic talents, they had a black and 
white party with all of the decorations and food in black and white. 
They loved all sorts of parties, especially bowling and ice cream 
outings with their brother floor. 



1 38 CXD Floors 




Stephanie Summers 
Amy Vrhovnik 
Maroline Wells 
Kimberly Whitman 



Debbie Barger 
Amy Beutler 
Michelle Curley 
Sharon Erny 
Valerie Flower 
Sonya Good 



Lois Hochstetler 
Sharon Jones 
Teresa J. Knecht 
Amy Lynn 
Sue Mclnlire 
Debby Midwood 



Lisa Moritz 
Caryn Reed 
Jill Richmond 
Julianne Rose 
Pam Scott 
Maryann Spahr 



English Floors: 

Second Souths 

Third North 



Third North English had a really good year, thanks to its brother 
wing, Third Morris. The wings had a formal punch tasting party in 
their banquet room, along with a midnight Communion at Christmas. 

They also had a Chicago trip together, for Third North's day in the 
city. And on a trip to Ft. Wayne (Cheddar's and the mall) the wings 
played twister at a rest stop. 

For pick-a-dates, the ladies' favorites were bowling and a weiner 
roast in November, and a Christmas informal to the Flying Tomato, 
where everyone was scattered all over the place. After the informal, 
the group watched a "Christmas Story" at Taylor. 



Third North English counts itself unique because it is a floor of 
"ones," each helping to make ONE whole. For example, they included 
one senior, one room full of personal touch staff, one weather girl, one 
campus D.C., and one "Airy Mann." 

Also, one woman with a severe case of SMP, one "intercontinental," 
one room full of encouragement, one flower and one rose, one teddy 
bear room, one strawberry queen, one bahama mama, one mini 
mouse, one New Jersey "soda and sneakers" advocate, one curley in 
chorale, and one Lois, making up one peachy keen wing! 



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Outrageous! That may be 
the best way to describe Third 
Center English's 2 a.m. donut 
runs, eating at the D. C. rac- 
coon-style, and creating the 
annual 10-ft. long sundae. 

And the 3CE girls are not 
only active; they have been 
adventurous. Julie, Tammy, 
Ellen and Shelly traveled the 
world over from Israel to 
Jamaica to Ecuador. 

Talk about faces going 
places —they even lost a 
wingie to Wengatz (Hall 
Director, that is.) But as life 
got tougher, they got into bet- 
ter shape. 



Carolyn Abigt 

Emily Alexander 

Jenifer Arendt 

Lorrie C. Arendt 

Stephanie Bruther 

Rebecca Commons 

Janell DeTurk 



Tammy Doornbos 

Dorothy Ensinger 

Lisa Fuller 

Jenni Gottfried 

Rebekah Haddad 

Julie Himes 

Ruth Hunter 



Tiffin Long 

Alicia McCracken 

Sherri MacFayden 

Esther Meier 

Michelle Moeschberger 

Patricia Mumme 

Lisa Nordengren 



Third Center 
English 




Lori Nordengren 

Ellen Suter 

Amy Spallinger 

Jodi Vandermeulen 

Pamela Westering 




140 OO Floors 




Kathryne Tuynman 
Heidi Wliite 
Laura Zorovich 



Julie Bakke 
Janet Bendure 
Jill Bolton 
Lisa Bucher 
Cheryl Cina 

Kelli Gerber 
Kristine Hansen 
Lori Horvath 
Jill Jousma 
Kelly Koehlinger 

Beth Kroger 
Melody Massman 
Heidi Newhouse 
Deborah Patterson 
Lisa Reanv 



Third South 
English 




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Floors OO 141 



English Cellar 

The ladies of English Cellar have a unique 
closeness that makes living on the floor really 
special, they say. "We just love to sit around 
and watch tv, and just hang out." 

They also note that freshmen NEVER 
sleep! 

Floor favorites for this year included a 
phoneathon, pick— a— dates (bowling and 
pizza were favorites), the annual Valentine's 
Day party, and, on a more serious note, Bible 
studies. 

An ice cream party on the roof the Sunday 
before exams proved to be the hands-down 
favorite floor activity of the year, however. 



Suzy Baetsle 

Julie Bagley 

Kim Barnett 

Peggy Byerley 

Dana Deacon 



Susan Decider 

Jill Edwards 

Jill A. Hay 

Connie Hoppes 

Sheena Green 



Anglea McKinney 

Sonya Merrill 

Kip Meyer 

Karen Strong 

Kelly Sweet 





English Cellar 



142 CX3 Floors 




Kimberly Beachy 
Heather Chase 
Julie Daughey 
Susan Dcboer 
Alesha Dcnhartigh 
Marcia Diller 



Jill Faber 
Melinda Fine 
Heather Ferguson 
Melinda Flynn 
Jane Hofmeister 
Lisa Johnson 



Lisa S. LeMasters 
Tracy Mains 
Jenny McCormick 
Diana J, Rediger 
Laura Sampson 
Sherrv Stevens 



Second Gerig had an extremely busy year, 
with an intramural team that made it to the 
playoffs despite some inexperience. Their 
freshman— upperclass ratio was 50-50, with a 
new student initiation second semester 
because they added four new students. 

Despite being a well-rounded, traveled 



Second 
Gerig 



group (they represent states from Maine to 
California), the SAO (Stand As One) ladies 
had trouble getting around outside the Upland 
area. They had a tendency to get lost on trips 
and functions, and even had their haywagon 
stopped by the police! 

Their most memorable activities were a 
Valentine decorating party and a Christmas 
banquet in Indianapolis at the Spaghetti 
Factory. They shopped at Union Station and 
exchanged angel/mortal gifts. 

They also visited the Children's Museum in 
Indy and organized a hayride, hot dog roast, 
and pumpkin carving contest in the fall. 

Two engagements in the same month also 
made the year memorable, along with service 
projects like raking leaves for Halloween and 
selling pumpkin cookies with messages for a 
fundraiser. 




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Second Gerig 



Moors OO 143 



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Donna Becker 

Stacey Bern 

Dawn Bernd 

Wendy Bilen 

Kristy Brailey 

Melissa Brown 

Windi Burrus 

Patty Carroll 

Kathryn Cherwek 

Jennifer Clark 

Christine Colthorp 

Alyson Flynn 

Jennifer Granneman 

Amy Grant 

Lissa Groff 

Julie Hall 

Pennie Hoeksema 

Lana Hunteman 

Jill Jenkins 

Shelley Lawrence 

Angle Mast 

Lori McGuffin 

Lauri Mullens 

Janet Oestreke 



Stephanie Piper 

Tammy Ortman 

Laura Rich 

Michelle Spencer 

Jennifer Vaneerden 

Toiyonna Vieth 

Elizabeth Wood 




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Third Gerig 



144 CX) Floors 




Christopher Beatty 
Brad Brummeler 
Scott Clarke 
Kevin Cole 
Jeff Cramer 
Michael Engler 
George Fletcher 
Lukas Gogis 

Tim Hunteman 
Scott Lepor 
Doug Mantha 
Chad J. Massey 
Trenton Mays 
Scott McMillen 
Chris Moey 
Brian Montgomery 

Don Reynolds 
G. Mike Robertson 
Kevin Roth 
Tom Steffes 
Brad Stumbo 
David S. Thompson 
Thor Thomson 
Kevin Vanderbrink 



Fourth Gerig 



Third and 
Fourth Gerig 

FOSO's very "best" activity this year was its canoe trip, not coun- 
ting the wonderful campground they found. It did have, as one of the 
Fourth Gerig brothers promised, running water, but they found out the 
hard way that the water was in a stream. 

Even the stream was short on water, they remember. But all in all, 
it was a great hike downstream. They plan to forget the canoes next 
time, and find a better way to catch fish. 




Floors Oo 145 



John Erik Aho 

Brian Bascom 

Doug Baxter 

Kraig Binkerd 

Kevin Bluemel 

Jeff Blume 

Warren Brown 

Matthew K. Cordes 

David Cunitz 

Andy Elam 

Bruce House 

Gary Gallup 

Jared Gerig 

Steve Hinger 

Mike Isaacs 

Mark Landt 

Scott Moeller 

Stephen Moore 

Raymond Nairn 

William Neal 

Kent Oakley 

Christopher Otto 

Phil Planck 

Nils Ranneklev 

Duane Roberts 

Brad Smith 

Denny Smith 




Jeff Stonick 

Bjorn J. Thomsen 

Philip Weber 

John White 

David Wynn 

Daniel Young 



First Morris 



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First and 
Second 
Morris 



The Second Morris "Sammy IPs" were 
obvious on campus this year, with many 
leadership positions going to the group. But 
they had their problems, just like everyone 
else. 

They reported, for instance, that it was nice 
converting their lounge from a Holiday Inn 
back into a lounge, what with the campus 
overcrowding problems first semester. 

For more traditional fun, the gentlemen 
had a mall scavenger hunt in Muncie and an 
overnight bike trip with a pizza party and 
games. They also had a "guys night out" 
bowling party, and were reported to have 
enjoyed the more complicated but equally 
entertaining spring formal. 



146 o-o Floors 




Peter Vrhovnik 
Don Warrick 
Mike White 
Chuck Wills 
David Winters 
Craig Wood 



David Abraham 
Eduardo Barahuna 
Michael Belcher 
John Brooks 
Joel Brown 
Aaron Clevenger 
Alan Cunningham 
Michael Donaldson 
Joel Durkovic 
Tom Halleen 
Todd Hardy 
Paul Henningsen 
Ed Hepker 
Tim Holz 
Scott Hoskins 
David Johnson 
Jack Lugar 
John Madison 
David Mason 
Michael Miller 
Scott Miner 
Richard Muthiah 
Daniel Seibel 
Lance Sonneveldt 
Ralph Stewart 
Greg Swanson 
Michael Veach 



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Second Morris 



Floors OO 147 



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Steve Barrendse 

Marc Boznango 

Wally Campbell 

Rob Cochrane 

Troy Felton 

Tim Grable 

John Higgins 

Tim Holl 

David Kaufmann 

Jeff Kiger 

Eric Roller 

Greg Kroeker 

Scott McGlassen 

Tom Meeks 

Joe Miller 

R. Timothy Murphy 

Nathan Peterson 

Mark Rice 

Mark Ringenburg 

Dirk Rowley 

W. Matthew Shinn 

Kevin Sloat 

Ken Smith 

Matthew Storer 

Joe Sweitzer 




Third Morris 




THE BROTHERHOOD "Snake" Kissinger rushes off to catch that llighl while the Brotherhood keeps the airport safe for democracy. 



14X O-O Floors 




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Fourth Morris 




Peter Amundson 
Doug Atkins 
Mitch Beaverson 
Eric Campbell 
Scott Carr 
William Cleaver 
Joel Covert 
Steve Devries 
Brian Ellinger 
Todd Erdman 
Kevin Firth 
Jonathan Halterman 
Scott Kooistra 
Brian Lind 
Peter McFarland 
Alan Mercer 
George Of'fenhauser 
Christopher Peddie 
Randy Seidenhammcl 
Terry Shade 
Scott Sheeley 
Kevin Small 
James Strickland 
Douglas Strohl 
Colin Strutz 
William Taylor 



Penthouse did it all again this year for 
social reasons only, surviving such trauma as 
the WWIII telephone etiquette after the mid- 
night ride of the trashmen. The floor was 
dedicated to social excellence and the pursuit 
of being No. 6. 

They evacuated Olsen Hall in p mock fire 
just to see what the ladies wear to bed. In 
other fun, they got 28 new floormates and 
started new traditions, such as La Bamba 
bashing. 

They made the beautiful color console 
lounge TV the focal point of the floor, thus 
creating a whole generation of couch potato 
dropouts. 

Penthouse again proved that they tower 

over the campus by winning some key 

intramural football games, throwing the best 

Christmas party on campus, and attending 

the raucus turkey night pick-a-date with the 

Komets. 
Third Moriis claims to house the "foremost 

independent drama troupe in western 
civilization" with the development of the 
Mizpah Players. The awesome array of 
creative minds on this floor occasionally jells 
into brilliance, as indicated by "Copacabana" 
and "Revolution," unparalleled Nostalgia 
Night acts showing their sensitivity to various 
cultures. 

They also displayed their gifts through a 
slide show "The Brotherhood and You," 
another Taylor first. Their social year was 
kicked off with a punch tasting party with 
their sister floor, 3NE. 



Moors OO 149 



Beth Balhje 

Susan Benson 

Cari Britton 

Jeanne Clouse 

Lori Dawes 

Jennifer Dominquez 

Kathy Durham 



Elizabeth Foote 
Lisa Gammage 
Robin Hartley 
Deborah Horn 
Paige Hussung 
Catherine Johannidcs 
Linda Lewis 



Connie Lindman 

Laurie Livernois 

Amy Miller 

Melissa Miller 

Shawn Mulder 

Martha Rodell 

Kira Rucker 




First East Olsen 




1 50 OO Moor 




Laura Anderson 
Rebek,ah Binnington 
Jane Buckley 
Virginia Clayton 
Heather D'Arcy 
Leigh Evink 
Denise Groff 



Amy Grueser 
Angle Harvey 
Jodell Hendrickson 
Annette Herman 
Tammy Hittle 
Wendy Hosier 
Joellyn Johnson 



Linda Johnson 
Coneen Konya 
Sherri Lytle 
Stephanie Moody 
Sarah Nussbaum 
Kathy Payne 
Cami Piekarski 



Olsen Floors - 
First East and 
First West 



A happy moment outside of Olsen. 



Suzanne Anthony 

Kim Baumann 

Elizabeth Bell 

Susan Cosson 

Jamie Costas 

Jennifer Cutting 

Jeri Daubenmier 

Tonya A. Davis 



Tonya K. Davis 

Kim Deeks 

Tina Fares 

Ronda Gines 

Katie Hardin 

Beth Hartman 

Catherine Hay 

Krista Kellum 

Shannon Koons 

Jennifer Layton 

Lynn Leedy 

Melissa Malone 

Cara Meinert 

Charlene Mooney 

Connie Moorman 

Susan Popham 

Amanda Quant 

Leslie Sare 

Sherry Schrock 

Jane Sikkenga 

Traci Stewart 

Dara Stickell 

Cheri Taylor 

Kristine Vogt 

Jenifer Voskuil 

Susan Werb 

Tracy M. Workman 





Second West 

and Second 

East Olsen 

Advantages of dorm life — visits between dorms. 



152 oo Floors 




Stacy Acton 
Annalisa Bauman 
Gayle Benedetto 
Andrea Burns 
Shannon Brower 
Rebecca Brown 
Linda Brubaker 
Wendy Carlson 
Monique Comstock 
Robin Cragg 
Nancy Crum 
Heidi Crutchfield 
Cynthia Cox 
Tana Delaughter 
Amy Dyck 
Ashlyn Feil 
Sandy Freeman 
Michelle Harlan 
Wendy Hill 
Wendy Hopkins 
Marie Claude Julsaint 
Mandy Hess 
Heather Jeffrey 
Deborah Litsch 
Jackie McClure 
Joan Munson 
Lisa Paige 
Audra Reuter 
Kathy Smarrella 
Konda Smith 
Stephanie Taggarl 
Jerilynn Walton 
Darcy Waterman 
Corinne L, Willis 
Linda Witt 
Elisabeth B. Zehnder 




Second West Olsen 



Floors CXi 153 



Carol Anderson 

Ann Crabb 

Annjanelte Cuper 

Carin Dunberg 

Elyse Elder 

Stephanie Golden 

Deanna Gunter 

Beth Harrison 

Kathryn Hess 

Cheryl Hubers 

Sheri Lewis 

Martha Mann 

Jenny Mathis 

Donna Mickelson 

Amy Nordquist 

Jtilia Ott 




Suzy Peterson 

Shari Plueddemann 

Pamela Reeder 

Jenny Rogers 

Kathleen Smarella 

Kristin Schroeder 



Second Center Olsen 



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1S4 OO Floors 




Elizabeth Thomas 
Heidi Von Gunten 



Jennifer Baginski 
Lisa Besecker 
Jodie Bowman 
Laura Mae Chitwood 



Emily Harris 
Lisa Jones 
Bonnie Macleish 
Julie Miner 



Jill Ploegman 
Cathy Ryan 
Wendy Shroyer 
Laurie Tacchella 



Third Center Olsen 




Hoors c>0 15? 



Dawn Bartow 

Shawn Clark 

Janice Cupp 

Suzanne Dcboer 

Ginny Demerchant 

Beth Dodds 

Amy Fischer 

Tami Fuhrman 

Jodiene Gamez 

Lisa Gendich 

Rebecca Groves 

Holly Halvorson 

Wendy C. Hochstettler 

Holly Hult 

Suzanne Huprich 

Diane Jelsema 

Laurel Kinzer 

Melissa Laiding 

Beth A. Miller 

Suzette Moeschberger 

Janine Newell 

Stephanie Novak 

Sue Reynolds 

Dawn Roth 

Diane Roth 

Cindy Steenblik 

Julie Stumbo 



Teresa Swanson 

Marjie Thompson 

Lisa Walter 

Kim Wicks 

Dena Wincman 

Kelly Boedeker 

Camie Brown 

Joleen Burkholder 




Olsen Floors: 
Third Easty 
Third West 



Third West Olsen began its year armed with 
some pretty heavy artillery, kidnapping their 
15 freshmen in various unmarked vehicles to 
the local donut shop for the annual 1 a.m. 
donut run. 

It was the beginning.... the beginning of a 
truly memorable year. 

The memories continue with thoughts of 
their brother wing, the incredible men of 2EW 
and their fondue— making abilities. In- 
tramural football was fun, too, with Coach 



Paul and some other guy who never showed. 

Then there was Brown County turned Indy 
with Penthouse... Alice in Wonderland... and 
the pick-a-group progressive dinner. 

Hook-up tag was also fun, along with 
serenading the campus dressed as nuns. 
Scruples and Pictionary were also exciting, 
along with breadmaking. Thanksgiving din- 
ner thanks to the Ft. Wayne hockey turkey 
giveaway, wheels trips, weekly obsessions, 
and paying tribute to all the men we've loved 
and lost. ...and lost. 



1 56 OO lloors 



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Teri Burton 
Susan Carlisle 
Sue Conley 
Emily Cox 
Lynette Dyson 
Melissa Egolf 
Karin Feige 
Becky Gaertner 
Deanne Gaither 
Karin Gibson 
Jennifer Greene 
Amy Guillaume 
Shelly Hardesty 
Jodi Jacobsen 
Jodi Jamieson 
Jen Johnson 
Stephanie Kaper 
Judy Kraus 
Becky Litwiller 
Minda Mason 
Diane Mayer 
Tamitha McDonald 
Ann Miraglia 
Jennifer Moody 
Kathleen O'Brien 
Erika Peterson 
Mary I.. Pfister 



Lisa Schneck 
Deanna Slough 
Joellen Smelser 
Becky Smith 
Elyse Stirneman 
Rhonda Storck 
Shannon Thorne 
Amy Triplelt 




Third West Olsen 



Floors OO 157 



Jonathan Becker 

Kurt Bishop 

John Clark 

Sean Copeland 

Jay Dellis 

David Dunbar 



James Ebert 

John Stephen Faber 

Mark Foley 

Eric Graham 

David Granzine 

Mike Hamsher 



Jerald Hughes 

Rustin Johnson 

Daniel Knapp 

Michael Mortensen 

Brad Newlin 

Brian Prell 



Fun In 
First East: 
Longer Quiet 
Hours f Study 
Sessions 




Greg Riegsecker 

James Schick 

Dan Smith 

Tom Thornburg 



The men of First East Wengatz count themselves unique, they say 
with a rather tongue in cheek attitude, because of their devotion to 
almost constant study this year. 

They did not even have pick-a-dates, because they "just needed the 
time to study." Once in a wing meeting, a guy brought up the idea of 
having a pick-a-date, but he was immediately banned from the group. 

Their most fun all year, they remember, was a massive study 
session with their sister wing. It was so productive that if they could 
have done so, they would have planned it for every night. 

They also visited a calculator factory, which also turned out to be 
very profitable. The group is now able to fix its own calculators. 

They moved their quiet hours this year to 9:31 p.m., and are hoping 
to change them to begin at 9 p.m. next year. This has been such a suc- 
cessful venture, they report, that everyone finished the year with a 
GPA of 3.9 or better. (One actually finished with a 3.7, but they kept 
him anyway.) 



158 o-O Floors 




Tad Atkinson 
Chris Brooks 
Richard Crist 
Steve Erickson 
Mark Gove 
John D. Hein 



Kurt Holmire 
Jim Jurgensen 
Steve Kroeker 
Eric J. Manko 
Daniel P. McLaughlin 
Troy Mounsey 



Dan Tibbets 
Todd Pfister 
Jeffrey Rader 
Dean Ricks 
Matthew Schmidt 
Bill Schurcman 



Toby L. Shope 
Eric R. Smith 
Dave Vermeesch 
Scott Welker 
Andrew Wesner 



Wengatz Floors: 
First East 
And First 
West Wengatz 



Hoors CX3 159 



Gary Bauer 

Kent Culberson 

Brian Daun 

Dan Embree 

Rod Gerig 



Donovan Harshbarger 

Tim Henriques 

Jeff Kaper 

Corey Knapp 

Mike Kooistra 



Second East Wengatz had an interesting 
year, from a Frisbee championship after 
Brian Peters brought Frisbee football to 
IIEW to new chapel seating. 

Their personal interests were equally as 
varied, from music majors to hall golf to 
dates— both of them. The group also enjoyed 
(?) temporary housing, Saturday night 
bowling, their rocket launch, skip-a-veal, a 
wing bath, Ski's stereo system, and biking. 

Second East Wengatz 



Brad Leach 

Darren Nyce 

Scott Popejoy 

Philip Rowley 

Todd Syswerda 





IdO CXJ Floors 




Nate Bartow 
John Bollow 
Robert M. Boyack 
Lance Brookshire 
Dan Burden 
Mark Daubenmier 
David Durkes 



Philip Elwood 
Stu Gilkison 
Joel Keiser 
Ken Kuick 
Tom Martin 
Aaron Neuman 
Mark Nevil 



Mark Olsen 
Kevin Page 
Bruce Peters 
Stacey Peters 
Chris Plummer 
Jeff Robbins 
Kevin R. Schwartz 



Tim Schoon 
Rob Scroggins 
Christian Swanson 
Rob Thomas 
Todd Wagoner 
Daron White 
Ronnie Wright 




Second West Wengatz 



Floors OO 161 



Andrew Allen 

Brian Brown 

Kenneth Burkard 

Jim Church 

Sean Cogburn 

Joe Crist 

Gardner Dellano 

Dana Fisher 

Craig Handy 

Steven Haase 

Eddie Judd 

Cairy Littlejohn 

Peter Newhouse 

Victor Piper 

Andrew Roberts 

Mark Routt 

Jeffrey Smith 

Robert Stover 

Mark Sweeting 

Jon Vandegriff 

Rodney S. Whitaker 




Second 

Center 

and 

Third 

Center 

Wengatz 



162 OO Floors 




William Baxendale 
Chris Boyd 
Doug Browning 
Henry Cooper 
Brian L. Crabtree 



Jody Fausnight 
Cecil Ferguson 
Matt Garnett 
Jon Kastelein 
Mark Kincade 



Nathan Phinney 
Ken Reiskytl 
Mitch Sayler 
Fred Stayton 
Ronald Symonette 



Bill Baxendale adds his voice to Nostalgia Night music. 




Floors O-o 163 



Michael Bajza 

Willem Banbeek 

Randy Bertka 

Yanay Boayue 

Noel Carpenter 




Scott Dean 

Andy Eicher 

Mitch Evers 

Todd Hall 



Bradford Irvin 

David McPherson 

Brett Means 

Joe Michaelec 

Todd Morgan 



Chad Peters 

Matt Schwartz 

Alexander Smidt 

Jonathan Souzis 

Jay Teagle 




t h^ 




Packing to leave Wengatz for the summer. 



Wengatz Floors: 

Third East 

and Third 

West Wengatz 

Third West Wengatz had some important visitors this year, 
including Taylor President Jay Kesler, who was invited to a pizza 
party and shared food and spiritual as well as school-related thought 
with the residents. 

They also invited the Faculty Four on a "Just Say No Night," 
enjoying rock and roll with about 200 visitors. The men were just 
saying no to classes, dancing, girls, quiet hours, and homework. Not to 
be completely negative, they also said "yes" to FUN. 

The group describes itself as "35 psycho and sociopathic per- 
sonalities," who through it all accept each other as they are and don't 
put up any fronts. They just want everyone to be themselves. 



164 OO Floors 




Bradley Beitzel 
Shaun Bowser 
Curt Cutforth 
Brent Davenport 



Eric Duff 
Bill Fowler 
Dan Heckman 
Brian Luke 



Ron Mundt 
Ed Possing 
Mike Sell 
Jonathan Sprunger 



Third West Wengatz 




Floors CX3 165 



Though Faculty Changes . . . 




166 OO Faculty 




Christ Does Not Change 



Faculty oo 167 



Taylor Board of Trustees 




Taylor Trustees perform one of their favorite duties of the year — dressing in their caps and gowns for graduation services. 



EXPIRATION BY TERMS 



1988 



1990 



Mrs. LaRita R. Boren 

Dr. Beverly E. Brightly* 

Mr. Theodore P. Brolund 

Dr. Lester C. Gerig 

Dr. John O. Hershey 

Mr. V. Donald Jacobsen 

Mr. John McDougall 

Dr. L. Marshall Welch 

Dr. Samuel F. Wolgemuth Mr. Arthur Muselman 



Dr. Joseph D. Brain 
Dr. Fred S. Stockinger 
Mr. J. Thomas Crutchfield 

1991 

Mr. Robert C. Gilkison 
Dr. Carl W. Hassel 



1989 



1992 



Mr. James H. Barnes, Jr. 
Mr. R. David Boyer 
Mr. Thomas A. Dillon 
Mrs. G. Roselyn Kerlin 



Mr. Kenneth Flanigan 
Dr. J. Paul Gentile 
Mr. John Home 
Mr. Richard Russell 



168 Oo Trustees 



COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD 

1987-88 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mr. Carl W. Hassel, Chairman 

Dr. Jay Kesler, President of the University 

Mr. Theodore F. Brolund, Vice Chairman 

Mr. R. David Boyer, Secretary 

Mr. Robert C. Gilkison, Treasurer and Chairman of the Business 

and Finance Committee 
Mrs. Roselyn Kerlin, Chairman of the Academic Affairs 

Committee 
Dr. Fred S. Stockinger, Chairman of the Student Development 

Committee 
Mr. Richard Russell, Chairman of the University Advancement 

Committee 
Mrs. LaRita R. Boren, Member-at-Large 
Dr. Joseph D. Brain, Member-at-Large 

STANDING COMMITTEES* 

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Mrs. G. Roselyn Kerlin, Chairman 
Dr. Joseph D. Brain 
Dr. Beverly E. Brightly 
Mr. J. Thomas Crutchfield 
Dr. L. Marshall Welch 

UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE 

Mr. Richard Russell, Chairman 

Mr. Thomas A. Dillon 

Dr. J. Paul Gentile 

Dr. Lester C. Gerig 

Mr. John Home 

Mr. V. Donald Jacobsen 

BUSINESS & FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Mr. Robert C. Gilkison, Chairman 

Mrs. LaRita R. Boren 

Mr. R. David Boyer 

Mr. Theodore F. Brolund 

Mr. Kenneth Flanigan 

Dr. John O. Hershey 

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Dr. Fred S. Stockinger, Chairman 
Mr. James H. Barnes 
Mr. John McDougall 
Mr. Art K. Muselman 
Dr. Sam F. Wolgemuth 

♦Notes: 1 . Dr. Carl Hassel, Chairman of the Board, and Dr. Jay Kesler, President of the University, are ex officio members 

of all committees. 

2. The chairman of each standing committee shall serve as a nonvoting member of each other standing committee. 



Trustees o-o 169 



Kesler Provides Strong Leadership 



Jay L, Kesler 
Taylor President 



President Kesler and his wife, Janie, enjoy a quiet moment at home. 




as Taylor Rates National Seventh 



Daryl R. Yost 
Taylor Provost, Executive Vice-President 



Provost Yost and his spouse, Joenila, are an integral part of the rapidly growing Taylor family. 




Faculty Adapts as University Expands 



ART 
DEPARTMENT 

Ray Bullock. Craig Moore 




i.*^"***^- 




T 



Business 
Department 



FRONT: Robert V. Gortner 
and E. Stanley Rotruck. BACK: 
Lee E. Erickson, Robert P. Ben- 
jamin, James G. Coe, John W. 
Wheeler. 




172 OO Faculty 




Biology Department 



FRONT: Paul E. Rolhrock and Andrew P. Whip- 
ple. BACK; Richard Squiers, George W. Harri- 
son, and Timothv J. Burkholder. 




Chemistry 
Department 



Stanley Burden. Leroy Kroll, and Daniel Ham- 
mond. 



Faculty C»o 173 



Communication 

Arts 

Department 

Dale Jackson, Jessica Rousselow, 
Charles Kirkpatrick, Marilyn 
Walker, and Oliver Hubbard. 





Education 
Department 



FRONT ROW: Jane Hodson and Marian Ken- 
dall. BACK ROW: Robert J. Freese, Helen Rog- 
ers, Daniel Jeran, David Hess, Marcia Benjamin, 
and Joseph Burnworth. 



174 CX) Faculty 




Information 
Services 



FRONT ROW: Jennifer Collins, Jean St. John, 
Clark Hoitsberry, Timothy Gales, Marilyn La- 
•vanchy. MIDDLE ROW: Sandra Johnson, Kent 
Schmidt, Michael Schadler, Paul Rowan, and 
James Botta. BACK ROW: Richmond Bailey, 
Stephen Olsen, and Robert Hodge. 




English 
Department 



FRONT: Rhonda Gretillat, Beulah Baker, and 
Susan Winger. BACK: William Fry, Edward 
Dinse, Kenneth Swan, and Michael Buck. 



Faculty CXJ 175 



History 
Department 



FRONT: Alan Winquist and Dwight Mikkelson. 
BACK: Roger Jenkinson and William Ringen- 
burg. 





Library 
Staff 



FRONT: (L-R) David Dickey, Michelle Hols- 
berry. Artis Hoffman, Laurie Wolcott, Barbara 
Stevens, Dwight Mikkelson, and Irma Newman. 
ROW TWO: Lois Weed, Wilma Rowe, Billie 
Manor, and Ranae Quails. ROW THREE: Edwin 
Welch. 



176 OO Faculty 




Information 

Sciences 

Department 



Connie Lightfoot, Tim Diiler. Art White, Leon 
Adkinson, and Waldo Roth. 




]\/f/jfll/}fM/wfi/»c William Ewbank. Paul Harms, David Ncuhouser, 
IVl Umt^rnUllLA ^^j 0^1^ Wcnger. 



Department 



Faculty «>o 177 



Modern 

Language 

Department 



Carl Gongwer, Janet Loy, and Richard Dixon. 



: .::<^-»^i5SK*5*»::'^^v 




Music 
Department 

Ronald Sloan, Phillip Kroeker, Al- 
bert D. Harrison, Frederick B. 
Shulze, and Richard Parker. Not 
pictured — Barbara Dickey. 




178 O-O Faculty 




FRONT: Marcy Girton, William Bauer, Larry 
Winterholder, Jim Law, and Ron Korfmacher. 



Physical Education Department back Joe Ron ine Rchad Ca es JiH Wyant 

Paul Petterson, Mike Springer, and Dana Soren- 




Physics 
Department 

Robert Wolfe and Roger Roth. 



Faculty OO 179 



Political 

Science 

Department 

Philip Loy and Stephen Hoffman. 





(Left to Right) Dale Heath, Win Corduan, Gary 



Religion Department ^^*'°"- ''''"' "°"'^' '^°'°^'^ P'"*' ^""^ ^y?.^^^^ 



Larry Helyer, and William Heth. 



180 OO Faculty 



:n-^ « 00 




Psychology 
Department 



Mark Cosgrove, Aian Meyer, and Joseph Lund. 




Social 

Work 

Department 

FRONT: (left to right) William 
Montgomery and Sharon Gray. 
BACK; Doug Rohrman, Alice 
Jackson, and John Wallace. 



Faculty O-o 181 



RICHARD STANISLAW - 

demic Affairs 



- Vice President of Aca- 








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^^^^^^- iPf/HH 












^ ^ ^/ ^ 




CHARLES R. JAGGERS — Vice President for Uni- 


versity Advancement 




WYNN LEMBRIGHT — Vice President of Student 
Development and Services 



182 CfO Administration 




THOMAS G. BEERS — Associate Vice President for Ad- 
vancement 




WALTER E. CAMPBELL — Associate Vice President for 
Student Development and Dean of Students 




^e*' 







JANICE SHAW CROUSE— Associate Vice President of 
Academic Affairs 




GEORGE GLASS — Assistant Vice President for Alumni 
and Institutional Relations 



STEVE MANGANELLO, Associate Director of Development, NELSON REDIGER, Associate Vice President for Development, and Sharon 
Witt, Associate Director of Development 






DAVID AYCOCK — University Psychologist and Director 

of the Counseling Center 






RANDALL DODGE — Director of Leadership Develop- 
ment and Student Programs 




BETTY FREESE — Director of Alumni Programs 



184 oo Administration 





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HERBERT FRYE — Dean of Admissions 






ROBERT GRIFFIN — University Chaplin and Associate 
Dean of Students 




TIMOTHY W. HERRMAN — Associate Dean of Students 
and Director of Residence Life 






Administration OO 185 








t titer Sessions '87 




MARY KAY NUGENT — Assistant Dean of Admissions 



186 OO Administration 







PAUL LIGHTFOOT — Director of Landscaping 








Administration o-O 187 






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JOHN W. WALLACE — Director of Continuing Education ' 







PAT ATKINSON — Admissions Office System Coordina- 
tor 




BETTY ANN ATKINS — Advancement Secretary 






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CONNIE GRIFFIN — Secretary to the Vice President of 
Academic Affairs 



188 OO Administration 





KAREN RICHARDS — Switchboard Operator 





Sociology 

— Daniel Yulzy 



Administration OO 189 



Though Indexes Change . . . 




190 cxj Index 




Christ Does Not Change 



Index oo 191 



Though 



A's 



Change . . 



Aaberg, Jeffery 
Abdon. Roy 
Abigt, Carolyn 140 
Abraham, David 147 
Abshear. Meleita 132 
Acton. Stacy 153 
Agee, Pamela 
Aho, John 146 
Akers, Todd 
Akins, Greg 

Alberson, Jennifer 54, 132 
Albrecht. Mark 
Alexander. Emily 140 
Allem. Andrew 
Altenburg. Joy 135 
Amundson, A. Peter 148 
Anama, Jeffrey 
Anderson, CaroILynn 154 
Anderson, Janeen 33 
Anderson, Laura 151 
Anderson. Lisa 
Anderson. Lori 132 
Anderson, Robert 132 
Anderson, Timothy 
Anderson, Whitney 132 
Angus, William 
Anthony. Suzanne 132 
Angus, William 
Anthony, Suzanne 152 
Antonio, Sheena 
Archibald, Patricia 
Arendt, Jennifer 140 
Arendt. Lorri 140 
Armstrong, April 132 
Arnette. Jeffery 
Arnold, Lon 137 
Askeland. David 
Atkins. Douglas 149 
Atkinson. Jeff 
Atkinson, Thomas 
Augustine, Timothy 
Austin. Jennifer 132 



Bardsley, Teresa 
Barger. Deborah 
Barker. Danice 
Barnes, Mary 
Barnett. Kim 142 
Barrantes. Gerardo 
Barrendse. Steve 149 
Barrington, Matthew 
Barron, Stephen 33 
Barthauer. Dale 
Barthauer. Kim 
Bartow, Bryan 23 
Bartow, Dawn 
Bartow, Lisa 
Bartow', Nathan 161 
Bascom, Brian 146 
Bass, Dara 134 
Bates. Daviid 
Bathje, Beth 150 
Bauder, Todd 
Bauer. Gary 160 
Baughey, Jerry 132 
Bauman, Annalisa 153 
Baumann, Kimberly 152 
Baxendale, William 
Baxter, Douglas 146 
Beachy. Kimberly 143 
Beadle, Nathan 
Beal, Jennifer 
Beamer, Melissa 
Beatty, Christopher 145 
Beavorson, Mitchell 149 
Becker, Donna 144 
Becker, Jonathan 139 
Bedi. Sheri 136 
Beecher, Jennifer 
Beers, James 
Behm. Janelle 
Beitzel, Bradley 165 
Belcher, Michael 147 
Belile, Jacquelyn 
Belknap, Julie 
Bell. Elizabeth 152 
Bendure, Janet 141 
Benedetto. Gayle 153 
Benjamin. Beth 132 
Benjamin. David 132 
Benjamin, James G. 172 
Bennett. Jeffrey 



Benson, David 

Benson, Debra (Debbie) 135 

Benson, Susan 150 

Berger. Matthew 

Bernd, Dawn 144 

Bern. Stacey 144 

Bertka. Randy 164 

Besccker, Lisa 155 

Beutlcr. Amy 

Bibler. Chad 

Bilen, Wendy 144 

Binkerd, Kraig 146 

Binnington. Rebekah 151 

Bird. John 

Birkey, John 

Bishop, Kurt 158 

Bishop. Stacey 

Black. Kimberly 

Blucmel. Kevin 146 

Blum. Jennifer 33. 134 

Blume, Jeffrey 22. 146 

Boayue. Yanay 164 

Boberg. Carolyn 

Boedeker. Kelly 157 

Boggs. Liesl 137 

Bollow, John 

Bolton. Jill 141 

Book. Daniel 

Booth. Mark 

Boots. Martin 

Boren, Lori 

Boren. Rebecca 

Bortmer, Robert V. 172 

Boshaw. Scott 

Botta, James 

Bowers. Peter 

Bowiin, Shawna 33, 132 

Bowman, Jodie 155 

Bowser, Shaun 165 

Boxell, Jeffrey 

Boyack, Robert 162 

Boyd, Christopher 

Bozango. Marcus 149 

Brackin, Julie 136 

Bradley, Knstina (Kristy) 14' 

Brane, Anna 135 

Brcnneman, Marcy 136 

Brett. Christopher 

Brewer, James 



Brewer. Phil 

Britton, Catharine (Cari) 150 
Brooks, Christopher 159 
Brooks. Loren 
Brooks, John 147 
Brookshire, Lance 161 
Brookshire. Lee 
Brower, Shannon 153 
Brown, Amy 132 
Brown. Brian 
Brown. Camie 157 
Brown, Debra 
Brown, Jeff 132 
Brown, Joel 147 
Brown, Kristi 136 
Brown, Mark 
Brown, Melissa 144 
Brown. Rebecca 153 
Brown. Warren 20, 146 
Browning. Douglas 
Brubaker, Dana 
Brubaker. Linda 153 
Brumbaugh, Alychia 135 
Brummeler. Brad 145 
Bruiher, Stephanie 55. 140 
Bubp, Michael 
Bucher, Lisa 141 
Buck,. Cynthia 
Buckley, Jane 151 
Buckley. Jare" 
Bullock. Ray 17 
Bullock. Rochelle 
Bunce, James 
Burchi. Cristine 
Burden. Daniel 161 
Burden. Stanley 173 
Burkard, Kenneth 
Burke, Jill 132 
Burkholder. Joleen 157 
Burkholder, Timothy J, 173 
Burns. Andrea 153 
Burrus. Windi 144 
Hurry. Mark 
Burton, Shirley 132 
Burton, Teri 154 
Burwick. Gretchen 33 
Bushur, James 
Busic. Michele 
Butt. Larry 132 



Buzzard, Joan 
Byerley, Peggy 33, 142 
Byler, Rachel 132 
Byrnes, Tammy 
Byrnes, Trudy 



Though 



Cs 



Change . 



Cain. Michelle 
Cain, Shawnda 
Calkins, Ann 

Gallant, Debra (Debi) 132 
Campbell, Eric 149 
Campbell, Ron 132 
Campbell, Walter 22, 148 
Canze, Janice (Jan) 132 
Carlile, Susan 157 
Carlsen. Edward 
Carlson, Timothy 
Carlson, Wendy 153 
Carpenter. Noel 164 
Carr. Andrea 132 
Carr. Scott 149 
Carroll, Patricia (Patty) 144 
Casler, Robin 
Cason, Suzanne 
Cassar, Lisa 137 
Cassity, Tricia 137 
Cerak, Newell 
Chandler, Julie 137 
Chandler, Rodney 
Chapman. Gary 
Chase, Heather 143 
Chen. Andrew 
Cerweck, Kathryn 144 
Chitwood, Laura May 155 
Chlebo, Julie 
Christy. Brian 
Church. Charles 
Church. James 



Echo columnist Dirk Rowley gels another unbelievable call 



Though 



B's 



Change . . 



Baarcndsc, Stephen 
Baccus. Rodney (Rixl) 132 
Bachman, John I 32 
Baetsle. Suzanne (Suzy) 142 
Baginski. Jennifer 155 
Bagley. Julie 142 
Bailey. Chad 
Bailey. Jeffrey (JcfO 132 
Bailey. Richmond 
Bajza. Michael 164 
Baker. Douglas 
Baker. James 
Baker, Jennifer 
Bakkc. Julie 141 
Ball. Michael 
Ballow. John 161 
Banbeek. William 164 
Banks. Lon 132 
Barahona. Eduardo 147 
Baranouski. Tammy 
Baranouski, Tina 
Barbcc. Jeffrey 



192 OO Index 




Cina, Cheryl 141 
Clark. Cheryl 134 
Clark, Christopher 
Clark, Jenna 
Clark, Jennifer 144 
Clark, John 157 
Clark, John 
Clark, Lisa A, 104 
Clark. Lori 
Clark, Shawn 156 
Clarke. Scott 145 
Clayton, Virginia 151 
Cleaver. William 149 
Clerihue. Randy 
Clevenger, Aaron 147 
Clock, Andrea 132 
Clodgo, Brent A, 104 
Clouse. Jeanne 150 
Clouse, Lisa 104 
Clouston. Karen 132 
Coats. Amy 104 
Coble. Timothy 
Cochrane. Robert 148 
Coe, John W. 172 
Coffey. John 
Coggburn, Sean 
Cole, Kevin 54, 145 
Collins, Bradley 
Collins, Jennifer 
Collom, Karen 54. 104 
Coin, Ruth 

Colthorp. Christine 144 
Commons. Rebecca 140 
Comslock. Monique 153 
Confer, Elizabeth 
Congleton, Michelle 
Conley, Susan 157 
Conner. Jill 54, 135 
Conner, Sandra 
Connet, Stephen (Steve) 104 
Conwell, Mitchell 
Cook, Deborah 132 
Cooper. Cama 
Cooper. Henry 
Copeland. Sean 158 
Cordes. Matt 146 
Cordvan, Win 180 
Cosgrove. Mark iSl 
Cosson, Matt 
Cosson. Susan 152 
Costas. Jamie 152 
Coulter. Sherry 104 
Covert. Joel 149 
Cox, Cynthia 153 
Cox. Emily 157 
Cox, Mary 
Crabb, Ann 154 
Crabb, Keplen 
Crabtree, Brian 
Craft. Rodney 
Cragg, Robin 153 
Craig. Jennifer 132 
Craig. Kala 135 
Cramer. Jeffry 145 
Cramer. Shelly 105 
Crawley. Brian 
Crist, Joseph 
Crist, Richard 159 
Crook, Scott 
Crosson. Diana 135 
Crouch. Jill 132 
Crowdcr. Randall 105 
Crum, Nancy 153 
Crutchfield. Heidi 153 
Culberson. Kent 160 
Cull. Andrew 
Cummings. Scott 132 
Cunil?.. David 146 
Cunningham. Alan 147 
Cunningham. Brenda 
Cupcr. AnnJanette 154 
Cupp, Janice 156 
Curlcy. Michelle 
Curry, Jeff 
Cutforth, Curt 165 
Cutting, Jennifer 152 




Shawn Maxwell in a light mood. 



Though 



D's 



Change 



D'Arcy, Heather 151 
Dahl, Brian 

Daubenmier. C. Mark 161 
Daubenmier. Jerri 152 
Daughey, Julie 143 
Daun, Brian 160 
Dausey. Julie 
Davenport, Barbara 
Davenport, Brent 165 
Davis. Leza 
Davis. Ah 95 
Davis, Tonya 152 
Dawes, Lori 150 
Day, David 
DeBoer, Susan 143 
DeBoer, Suzanne 156 
DeBoer. Tammy 105 
DeLaughter. Tana 153 
DeMerchant. Ginny 156 
DeTurk, Janell 55. 140 
Deacon, Dana 142 
Dean, Scott 164 
Deardorff. David 105 
Decker, Susan 142 
Decks, Kimberly 1 52 
Deffinger. Mincie 
Delano. Gardner 
Dellis, James 159 
DenHarligh. Alesha 143 
Dennen, Martha 132 
Denny. Shawn 
Denton, Ruthanna 105 
Devers, Patricia 
Devore. Gary 
Devries. Steven 149 
Dickey. Dennis 
Dickinson. David 105 
Dickinson, Jenny 33 
Dietrich. Wayne 106 
Diller. David 132 
Diller. Jennifer 106 
Diller. Marcia 54. 143 
Dixon, Richard 
Dodds. Beth 156 



Dodge, Amy 106 
Dominguez. Jennifer 150 
Donaldson. C Michelle 
Donaldson. Dina 
Donaldson. Michael; 106, 147 
Doornbos, Tamila 
Doss, Brian 
Doss, Kevin 
Dosztan. Ruby 134 
Doud, Mark 106 
Drehaugh. Mary 106 
Drennen, Lynn 
Drisdell. Edwardo 
Brook, Pam 
Dubois, Scott 106 
Duchemin, Amy 106 
Ducker, Virginia 33 
Duff, Eric 165 
Dugan. Kathleen 
Dunbar. David 158 
Dunberg. Carin 154 
Duncan. Cherylynne 55. 107 
Dunlap. Leah 
Durham. Katherine 150 
Durham. Ray 
Durkes. David 161 
Durkovic, Joel 23, 147 
Durrer, Christine 107 
Dyck. Amy 153 
Dyck. Kurt 
Dye. Sharon 136 
Dyson, Lynette 157 



Though 



Change 



Easier. Rob 107 
Ebanks. Susan 135 
Ebcrt. James 158 
Eck. Wendy 

Edgecombe. Cassandra 107 
Edingcr, Grctchen 134 
Edwards. Jill 142 
Eggc. Douglas 
Egolf, Melissa 
Ehrcsman, Shari 136 



Ehresman. Sharlene 
Eicher. Andreas 164 
Elam. Andrew (Andy) 146 
Elder. Elyce 154 
Ellinger, Brian 149 
Ellis, Mary 
Elwood, Philip 161 
Ely, John 

Embree. Daniel 160 
Embree, Juliann (Julie) 132 
Emery. Chad 
Emery, Kathleen 
Emmett. William 
Engler. Michael 145 
Ensinger. Dorothy 140 
Erdman, Todd 149 
Erickson. Robert D 172 
Erickson. Steven 55. 154 
Erny, Sharon 
Eskridge. Gregory 
Evans, Kimberly 
Evers. Mitchell 164 
Evink, Leigh 151 



Though 



Es 



Change . 



Faber. Jill 143 

Faber. John 159 

Fahlen, Enk 107 

Falldorf. Karen 

Fanning, Lisa 

Fares. Renee 

Fares, Tina 152 

Farmwald, Marlis 136 

Fausnighi. Joseph 

Feige. Karin 157 

FeiL Ashlyn 153 

Fellon, Troy 148 

Ferguson. Cecil 

Ferguson, Cindy 107 

Ferguson, Heather 143 

Ferkinhoff, Laura 107 

Fetzer, Dwight 

Fickau, Shelly 137 

Fields, Delia 

Finkbeiner, Jan 132 

Filby, Ernest (John) 132 

Finch, Sabnna 

Fine, Melinda 55, 143 

Firth, Kevin 149 

Fischer, Amy 156 

Fisher. Dana 

Fisher. Wendy 107 

Fletcher. George 145 

Flood. David 

Flower. Valerie 33 

Flynn. Alyson 144 

Flynn, Melinda 143 

Foister, Eric 

Foley. Mark 159 

Foor, Danny 

Foote. Elizabeth 150 

Ford, Jonathan 

Ford. Shannon 108 

Ford, William 

Fortenberry, Steve 108 

Fortuna. Kris 

Foster. Deborah (Debbie) 135 

Foster. Lisa 132 

Fouse, Bruce 

Fouts, Rebecca 108 

Fowler. William (Bill) 165 

Fox. Kirstcn 

Francis. Lynette 108 

Frantz. Michele 

Eraser. Curt 

Frauhigcr. Ryan 132 



Frederickson. Kim 108 
Fredericksen, Brent 
Freeman. Sandra 153 
Frettinger, Nancy 108 
Frieden, Kelly 
Fruchey, Michael 
Frye, Stephanie 
Fuchs. Stephen 109 
Fuhrmann, Tami 156 
Fulks, Lora 108 
Fuller, Darrin 109 
Fuller. Lisa 140 



Though 



Gs 



Fs 



Change . . . 



Gaertner. Becky 157 

Gafford. Wendell 

Gailher, DeAnn 157 

Gaither. Melissa 

Gallup. Gary 146 

Gamez. Jodiene 156 

Gammage. Lisa 150 

Gammage, Palti 109 

Garnelt, Matt 

Garnett, Scott 

Gatzke, Amy 

Galzke, Lisa 

Gavilanez, Juanita 

Gavilanez. Marc 

Geisz. John 109 

Gendich. Lisa 156 

Genshaw, Sarah 109 

Gephart. Rebecca 

Gerber, Kelli 141 

Geng. Jared 146 

Gerig. Rodney 160 

Gerta. Jeffery S 109 

Gertz. Jeffrey 

Geyer. Bart 

Gianopulos. Jennifer 137 

Gibson. Karin 1 57 

Gibbons. Judith 109 

Gilkison, Stuart 161 

Gill, Cindy 

GiUiatt. D Renee 109 

Gilliland. George 

Gines. Ronda 1 52 

Gingery. Molly 137 

Glashagel, Robert 

Glassburn. Melonie 108 

Gleason. Lorail I 10 

Glenn. Mary 

Glensman. Mary 136 

Godfrey, Martha 133 

Godorha^y. Jill 133 

Goeglein, Mark 1 10 

Gochiring, Heidi 1 10 

Gogis. Lukas 145 

Golden. Roger 

Golden, Stephanie 154 

Goldstone. Dana 

Golf. Melissa 157 

GoUmer. Angela 1 10 

Gollmcr, Teresa 133 

Gongwer. Troy 133 

Gongwer, Troy 133 

Good. Sonya 55 

Gottfried, Jennifer (Jenni) 140 

Gove. Mark 159 

Grablc. Timothy 148 

Gradin. Douglas 1 10 

Graham, Eric 159 

Graham. John 

Graham. Kelly 

Granncman. Jennifer 144 

Grant, Amy 144 

Grant, Dionnc 1 10 



Index Oo 193 



Granzine, David 159 
Gray. Sharon 181 
Green, Natalie 135 
Greene, Jennifer 157 
Greene, Sheena 142 
Griffin. Deborah 
Griffin, Peter 
Griffin. Robert 
Grimes, Steven 1 10 
Groff, Denise 1 51 
Groff, Lissa 144 
Groves, Rebecca 1 56 
Grueser, Amy 54, 15 
Guedet, Stephanie 
Guillaume. Amy 157 
Gunter, Deann 154 
Guyre. J, Todd 20 
Gygi, Kimberly 



Though 



H's 



Hendrickson. Jodell 151 
Henningsen, Paul 147 
Henriques, Tim 160 
Henry. Monica 
Hensley, Jonathan 
Hepker, Ed 147 
Herman, Annette 137, 151 
Herman. N. Jill 137 
Herman, Philip 112 
Herrick, Steven 
Hershberger, Janelle 55, 13: 
Hertzler, Timothy 
Hess. Charles 133 
Hess, Douglas 
Hess, Kathryn 154 
Hess, Mandy 153 
Helh. Wilham 180 
Higerd, Sharon 1 12 
Higerd, Slacey 
Higgins, John 149 
Hight. Randall 
Hill, James 
Hill. Todd 
Hill. Wendy 153 
Hilson. Bertha 112 



Hofmeister. Jane 143 
Hogan, Jimmie 
Hollar. Michelle 133 
Hollars, Karen 113 
Holt, Tim 148 
Holz, Timothy 147 
Hopkins. Cynthia 
Hopkins, Sharon 
Hopkins. Wendi 153 
Hoppes, Connie 142 
Horn, Deborah 150 
Home, David 133 
Home, Richard 133 
Horvalh, Frances 113 
Horvath, Lori 141 
Hosier, Wendy 151 
Hoskins, Scott 147 
Hossack, John 133 
Hotmire, Darrel 
Hotmire, Darren 
Hotmire, Kurt 159 
House, Paul 180 
Houser. Dan 1 13 
Howard, Stephen 
Howland, David 



Hurd, Lionel 

Hurt, Matthew (Matt) 133 
Hussung, Paige 150 
Hussung, Rebecca 
Huston, Ronald 



Though 



Fs 



Change 



Imperial Tim 133 
Irvin, Bradford 164 
Isaacs, Michael 146 
Ivey. Jill 



Jamieson, Jody 157 
Jeffery, Heather 153 
Jeffords, Kara 
Jelsema, Diane 156 
Jenkins, Jill 144 
Jeran, Jonathan 1 13 
Johannides, Catherine 15 
Johnsen. David 147 
Johnsen. Karen 
Johnson, Ann 1 14 
Johnson, Jennifer 157 
Johnson, Joellyn 151 
Johnson, Linda 151 
Johnson, Lisa 143 
Johnson, Marion 144 
Johnson, Rustin 158 
Johnson. Scott 
Jones, Lisa 155 
Jones, Sharon 
Jousma. Jill 141 
Judd. Eddie 

Julsaint, Marie-Claude 1 
Jung. Chariene 
Jurgensen, James 159 
Jurgensen, Jennifer 1 14 



Change 



Haase, Steven 
Hachet. Christopher 
Haddad, Rebekah 140 
Haegeland. Sharon 
Hall, Janelle 155 
Hall, Julie 144 
Hall, Karin 111 
Hall, Todd 164 
Halleen. Steven 1 1 1 
Halleen. Thomas 147 
Halterman. Jonathan 149 
Halvorson, Holly 156 
Hamm, Mark 

Hammel, Jennifer (Jube!) 133 
Hammond, Daniel 173 
Hammond, Leigh 1 1 1 
Hamsher, Michael 158 
Handy. Craig 
Handy. Crystal 111 
Hanko, Jay 1 1 1 
Hnalin. Dawn 
Hanlon. Robert 1 1 1 
Hansen, Knstine 141 
Hapner, John 133 
Hardesty, Shelly 157 
Hardin. Kalhryn 152 
Hardy, Todd 147 
Harkness. Shawn 133 
Harlan, Michelle 153 
Harris, David 
Harris, Emily 155 
Harris, Mark 1 1 1 
Harris, Shiela 1 1 1 
Harrison, Beth 154 
Harrison, George W, 173 
Harshbarger, Donovan 160 
Hartley. Robin 150 
Hartmen, Beth 152 
Harvey. Angela 151 
Haskins, Darla 
Hatfield. Angela 
Hatfield. William 133 
Hathaway, Peter 
Havenga. Sandra 1 12 
Hay, Catherine 152 
Hay. Jill 142 
Heath. Dale 180 
Heath. Julie 
Heckman, Dan 165 
Heilshorn, Robert 
Hcin. John 159 
Heiniger, Sieve 
Heinlein. Amanda (Kay) 1 12 
Heinrich, Adele M. 137 
Helycr. Harry 190 
Henderson, Shirley 



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Himes, Julie 140 
Hines, Charles 
Hinger, Steve 146 
Hinman, David 1 12 
Hinterkopf, Anna 
Hirons, Timothy 1 12 
Hittle, Tamara 151 
Hoatson, Todd 1 12 
Hochstetler. Lois 
Hochstettler, Wendy I5( 
Hoffman, Stephen 
Hoeksema, Pamela 
Hoeksema, Pennie 144 
Hoekstra. Michele 133 
Hoffer. Christopher 



Hubbard. Janssen 
Hubbard. Rebecca 
Hubers. Cheryl 154 
Hughes, Jerald 158 
Hughes, Kelley 113 
Hugonioi, Kenneth 
Huh. Heather 113 
Hult, Holly 156 
Hunteman, Lana 144 
Hunteman. Timothy 145 
Hunter, Ruth 140 
Huntzinger. Jane 
Huprich, Steven 1 13 
Huprich, Suzanne 156 
Hurd, Jeff 113 



Though 



rs 



Though 



K's 



Change 



Change 



Jackson, Alice 181 
Jackson. Krystal 
Jacobsen, Jodi 157 
Jacobsen, Jeffrey 
Jahn, Cynthia 



Kach. Mark I 14 
Kahlenbeck, Michael 
Kahlenbeck, Sue Ann 
Kahn. Debbie 133 
Kamentz, Anatole 114 



194 OO Index 




Kaper. Jeffrey 160 
Kaper, Stephanie 157 
Karacson. Debora 114 
Karacson. Robert 
Kashins. Darla 114 
Kastclein. Jonathan 
Kaufmann. David 22. 1 
Kay. Bud 133 
Kay. Richard 
Keck. David 55. 115 
Keiser. Joel 161 
Keller. Belh 115 
Keller. Dawn 133 
Kellum. Krista 152 
Kellum. Susan 1 15 
Kennedy. Michael 
Kennedy. Tammy 
Kenniv. James 23 
Kern. Timothy 1 15 
Kesler, Jay 20 
Kigcr. Jeff 149 
Kite. Kimbcrly 
Kimbrell. Lonnic 
Kincade. Mark 
King. Dina 115 
King. Mark 
Kmg. Phillip 115 



King. Shannon 
King. Tamara 135 
Kinzer, Laurel 156 
Kissinger, John 
Knapp, Corey 160 
Knapp, Daniel 158 
Knarr. Karl 115 
Knecht. Teresa 
Knuih. Kun 115 
Kochhnger. Kelly 141 
Koclsch, Maria 136 
Koller. Eric 149 
Konold. Susan 136 
Konya. Coleen 151 
Kooistra, Michael 160 
Kooistra. Scott 149 
Koons. Shannon 152 
Koop, Jon 
Koorcy. Bryan 
Krabbe. Mark 
Kraft. Karen 136 
Kraus. Judy 157 
Krocker. Gregory 148 
Krockcr, Phillipc 116 
Krocker. Stcphan 157 
Kroger. Elizabeth (Beth) 141 
Kroll. Leroy 173 



Kuhnle. Krislie 135 
Kuick. Kenneth 161 



Though 



Us 



Change 



Udd. Todd 116 
Laidig, Melissa 156 
Lair, Jeffrey 1 1 6 
Lake. Clinton 1 16 
Lakes. Larry 
Lambert. Janice 1 16 
Lambert. Valerie 
Lambright. Crystal 134 
Lambright, Jodi 1 16 
Land, James 133 
Landt. Mark 146 
Largcnt. Curt 
Larimore, Teresa 136 



Lautenbach. Pamela 

Lavin. David 1 16 

Law, Todd 

Lawrence. Shelley 144 

Layton, Jennifer 152 

LeMasters. Lisa S. 143 

Leach. Bradley 160 

Ledbetter. David 1 16 

Leedy. Lynn 152 

Lefebvre. Terry 137 

Leichty, Jeffrey (JefO 133 

Leino, Terri 133 

Lepor. Scott 145 

Leverenz, Michelle 

Lewis. Linda 54, 150 

Lewis. Sherie 154 

Liddick. Gregory 

Lind, Brian 149 

Lindman, Connie 150 

Linhart, Kelly 

Litsch. Deborah 153 

Littlejohn. Cairy 

Litwiller. Rebecca (Becky) 157 

Livernois, Laurie 150 

Lockwood. John 1 17 

Lofgren, Darlene 133 

Logan, Claudia 133 

Long. Heather 133 

Long. Stephen 1 17 

Long. Tiffin 140 

Lootens, Michelle 

Love. Roger 

Loy. Philip 190 

Lucibello, Gina 

Ludwig. Cynthia (Cindy) 133 

Lugar, John 147 

Luke. Brian 165 

Lund. Joseph 181 

Lydick. Reann 133 

Lynn. Amy 

Lytle. Shern 151 



Though 

M's 

Change . . . 



MacFadyen. Sharon (Sherry) 140 

Machet, Chris 110 

Madison, John 155 

Mahone, Gregory 

Maina. Gladys 

Mains, Tracy 143 

Malliei. Steven 

Malone. Melissa 152 

Maniglia, Joseph 1 17 

Manko. Eric 157 

Mann. Martha 154 

Mannix. Timothy 

Mansfield, Michael 

Manlha. Dean 133 

Mantha. Douglas 145 

Marker, Lisa 

Martens, Julie 

Martin. Elena 

Martin. Michelle 134 

Martin, Tom 161 

Mason. David 147 

Mason. Minda 157 

Massey, ChadvMck 145 

Massman. Melody 141 

Mast. Angela (Angle) 144 

Mast. Brian 

Mathis. Jenny 154 

Maxwell, Shawn 

Mayer, A. Diane 157 

Mays, Trenton 145 



McAllister. Susan 

McClure, Jackie 153 

McCormick. Jennifer 143 

McCracken. Alicia 140 

McDonald, Michele 

McDonald. Tamitha 157 

McFadden. Bridgid 137 

McFarland. Peter 149 

McGlasson. Scott 149 

McGuffin. Lori 144 

Mclntire. Susan 

McKenzie. Jeff 

McKinley. Christina (Christy) 117 

McKmney. Angela 

McKinney. Joel 

McLaughlin, Daniel 157 

McMahan. Mark 117 

McMillan. Rebecca 137 

McMillen, Scott 145 

McMullen. Lynetle 133 

McNeil. Jennifer 1 17 

McPherson, David 164 

Means. Brett 164 

Meeks. Cynthia 117 

Meeks, Thomas 149 

Meier, Carol 104 

Meier, Esther 140 

Meinert. Cara 152 

Menningen. Laura 136 

Mercer, Alan 149 

Mercer, Gail 1 17 

Meriweather. Paul 20 

Merrill, Sonya 143 

Mervine. Kathleen 135 

Metzger. Michael 

Meyer, Alan 181 

Meyer, Brent 

Michalec. Joseph 164 

Michel, Dana 

Mickelson, Donna 154 

Midwood. Deborah 

Mignon. Beth 119 

Mihara. Laura 

Miller, Amy 150 

Miller. Belh 156 

Miller. Brian 133 

Miller. Dale 

Miller. Debbie 136 

Miller. Douglas 119 

Miller. Heather 

Miller. Jeffrey G. 118 

Miller, Jeffrey A. 

Miller. Joseph 148 

Miller. Knstine 118 

Miller. Melissa 150 

Miller. Michael 147 

Miller. Stacia 118 

Mithaier. Maria 

Miner. Julie 155 

Miner. Scott 147 

Miner, Tim 

Miraglia. Ann 157 

Mishler. Brian 118 

Mishler. Mikala 118 

Mitchell. Kevin 

Moell. Christopher 

Moeller. Scott 146 

Moeschbcrger. Michelle 140 

Moeschbcrger. Suzcttc 156 

Montgomery. Brian 145 

Montgomery. William 191 

Moody. Jennifer 1 57 

Moody. Stephanie 151 

Mooney. Charlene 95. 152 

Moore. Craig 172 

Moore, Deborah (Debbie) 134 

Moore, Donnalec 

Moore. Donna I 34 

Moore. Kamela 

Moore. Stephen 146 

Moore. Walter 

Moorman. Connie 152 

Morgan. Todd 164 

Moritz. Lisa 

Morris. Shannan 1 34 

Morrow. Yvonne 137 



Index OO ]95 




■Z.:*^ 



Mortensen, Michael 158 
Morton, Benjamin 1 18 
Mosier. Jamie 1 18 
Mounsey. Troy 157 
Moye. Stacey 
Moyer, Kipp 142 
Mulder, Shawn 150 
Mullens, Lon 144 
Mullet, Angela iI9 
Mumme, Patricia 140 
Mundt. Ron 165 
Mungai, Simon 1 19 
Munson. Joan 1 53 
Murphy, R. Timothy 149 
Musselman, Seth 133 
Muter, Michael 119 
Mulhiah, Richard 147 
Muthaiah, Robert 119 
Myer. Keith 
Myer, Maria 135 
Myers, Ronda 



Though 



N's 



Change 



Nairn. Raymond 146 
Neal, William 146 
Neff, Julie 133 
Neideck, Christine 136 
Neidhamer, Mary 
Nelson. John 
Nelson. Kathy 119 
Nelson, Kelly 
Nelson, Lynda 
Neuhouser, Carol 
Neuman, J- Aaron 161 
Nevil. Mark 20. 161 
Newcomer, Robert 
Newell, Janine 1 56 
Newhouse, Heidi 141 
Ncwhouse, Peter 
Ncwhouser, Carol 153 
Newing, Carole 1 19 
Newitt, Paul 
Newlin. Brad 158 
Newton, Gary 170 



Nichols. John 
Nieveen, Scott 119 
Nieveen. Trishena 
Nill, Kevin 120 
Nordengren, Lisa 140 
Nordengren, Lori 140 
Nordquist, Amy- Joy 154 
Notestine, Lisa 54 
Novak, Stephanie 156 
Nugent, Timothy 
Nussbaum, Sarah 151 
Nyce, Darren 160 
Nygren, Herb 190 



Though 



O's 



Change . . . 



O'Brien, Kathleen 157 

Oakley, Kenl 146 

Ochs, Rodney 

Odell, Adam 

Oeslrike, Janel (Janet) 144 

Offenhauser, George 149 

Olday, Dawn 

Olson. Mark 161 

Ooolcy, Scott 120 

Orebaugh. Mary 

Orme, David 

Orr, James 

Ortman. Tammy K, 136, 14^ 

Ortmann. Tammy E- 

Ott, Julie 154 

Otto, Christopher 146 



Though 



Fs 



Change 



Page, Kevin 161 



Paige, Lisa 153 
Pala, Shawn 133 
Parker. Clyde 55, 133 
Parker. Heather 
Parker, Heather 136 
Parker. Michael 120 
Parker. Rebecca 
Parker, Richard 55 
Parmelee, Rachel 120 
Passon. Cheryl 134 
Patterson, Deborah 141 
Payne, Kathi 151 
Paynter. Chris 120 
Peddle, Christopher 149 
Pertee, Amy 136 
Peters, Brian 120 
Peters. Bruce 161 
Peters, Chad 164 
Peters, Stacey 161 
Peterson, Doug 120 
Peterson. Erika 157 
Peterson, Jeffery C, 120 
Peterson, Mandi 134 
Peterson, Nathan 148 
Peterson. Sue 
Peterson, Susan 154 
Pfister, Karen 121 
Pfister, Mary 157 
Pfister, Todd 1 59 
Phelps. Larry 
Phelps, Lynn 
Phillips, Brett 
Phillips, Jonathan 121 
Phillips. Robby 121 
Phinney, D. Nathanial 
Piekarski. Cami 151 
Piekarski, Matt 121 
Piper. Stephanie 144 
Piper, Victor 
Pitts, Robert 190 
Plaggemars, Kristen 
Planck. Philip 146 
Platz. Molly 121 
Fletcher, Brian 
Ploegman, Jill 155 
Plueddemann. Sharon 154 
Plumb. Nancy 121 
Plummer, Christopher 161 
Polsgrove. Penny 151 
Pomeroy. Sherry 121 
Popejoy, Douglas 
Popejoy, Scott 160 
Popham, Susan 152 
Possing, Denis 



Possing, Edward 165 
Posz, Merry 134 
Powell, Stephen 121 
Prell, Brian 159 
Price, Jennifer 137 
Puck. Lisa 54, 133 
Puckett, Melissa 133 



Though 



Q's 



Change 



Quails, Albert 
Quails, Jeffrey 
Quandt, Amanda 152 



Though 



R's 



Change 



Rader, Jeff 159 
Raikes, Stephen 
Ranneklev, Nils 146 
Rarick. Megan 122 
Ray. Jeffrey 122 
Raynes. Phillip 
Read, Douglas 
Reany. Lisa 141 
Rechkemmer. Shawn 
Rediger, Diana J. 143 
Redmon, Erica 
Reed. Caryn 
Reeder, Pamela 154 
Regier, Jeffrey 122 
Reinholt, Brent 
Reiskytl. Kenneth 
Rennie. Ellen 136 
Resch. Julie (Julia) 133 
Reuter, Audrea 153 
Reynolds, Donald 54. 145 
Reynolds, Gretchen 



Reynolds, Susan 156 

Rhamy, Techia 

Rice, Mark 148 

Rich, Laura 144 

Richmond, Jill 

Ricks, Dean 159 

Rider, Daryl 132 

Rider, Shirley 133 

Rieck, Paula 122 

Riegsecker, Greg 159 

Riggs. Carla 

Riggs, Maribeth 

Riley. Sarah 137 

Ringenberg. Mark 149 

Ringenberg, Matthew 122 

Robb, Lynn 122 

Robbins. Jeffrey 161 

Roberds, Dawn 122 

Roberts, Andrew 

Roberts, Dorena 

Roberts. Duane 146 

Roberts, Erica 

Roberts, Jeffrey 

Roberts, L. Michelle 123 

Robertson. Michael 145 

Robins, Amy 137 

Roddy, Suzanne 

Rodell. Martha 150 

Rogers, Brenda 

Rogers, Jennifer 154 

Rogers, Shelley 123 

Rohrman, Doug 181 

Rolle. Sharmaine 123 

Rolund. Karen 123 

Rolund. Laura 

Romig. David 

Roost, Becky 135 

Roost. Marceiyn (Marcy) 130 

Rosario, Pedro 123 

Rose. Julie 

Rosenthall. Kathy 137 

Roth, Brian 

Roth. Darin 123 

Roth. Dawn 136 

Roth, Del 

Roth, Diane 156 

Roth. Keith 123 

Roth, Kevin 145 

Roth. Lynn 

Rothrock, Paul E. 172 

Rotruck, Stanley 172 

Routley. Lisa 

Routt, Mark 

Row. Michael 



196 OO Index 



Rowley, Dirk 148 
Rowley. Philip 160 
Rucker, Kira 152 
Russell, Sheri 95, 137 
Rutherford, Wendy 123 
Ryan, Catherine 155 
Ryan, Michael 
Ryg, Mike 



Though 



S's 



Change 



Saiazar, Dennis 
Sampley, Michael 
Sampson, Laura 143 
Santy, Joey 124 
Sare, Leslie 152 
Sass, Edwin 124 
Savage, Timothy 
Sayler. Mitchell 
Saylor, Kathleen 135 
Schaddix. Kim 124 
Schafer. Lynn 
Schick. James 158 
Schladenhauffen. Ann i 
Schlenker. Dwight 
Schmid, Brenda 1 51 



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Schmidt. Matthew 159 


Shivers, B 


rian 133 


Snicker. Tammy 151 


Schmitz. James (Jamey) 124 


Shivers, Jennifer 133 


Snyder, Christa 133 


Schneck, Laura 134 


Shope, Toby 33, 159 


Soencer, Kelly 125 


Schneck, Lisa 157 


Shroyer, Wendy 155 


Sonneveldl, Lance 147 


Schoon. Timothy 161 


Shupe, Lisanne 133 


Sorrell. Ryan 


Schrock. Sherry 152 


Sidebotham, Susan 


Soucy. Stephanie 137 


Schroeder, Kristen 154 


Siegle, Sandra 


Souzis, Jonathan 164 


Schroeder. Peter R. 


Sikkenga, Jane 152 


Spahr. Mary Ann 


Schroyer, Tonya 124 


Silvernale, Troy 


Spallinger. Amy 140 


Schumacher. Carolyn 124 


Simpkins, Shannon 137 


Spaulding. Susan 


Schureman, William (Bill) 159 


Singleton, Sarah 


Spencer, Deborah 125 


Schwartz, Kevin 161 


Sloat, Kevin 148 


Spencer. Kelly 33, 125 


Schwartz. Matthew 164 


Slough, Deann 157 


Spencer. Michelle 144 


Scott, Jennifer (Jenni) 135 


Small, Kevin 149 


Sprunger, Jonathan 165 


Scott, Pamela 


Smarrella, Kathleen 153, 154 


Squiers, Richard 


Scroggins, Robert 161 


Smart, Christine 


St. John, Claudia 


Seaman. Holly 


Smelser, JoEllen 157 


Stanislaw. Andrew 


Seaman. Jill 135 


Smidt, Alexander 164 


Slanislaw, Richard 125 


See, Breton 


Smith, Anglea 125 


Stankey. Kelle 


Seibel, Daniel 147 


Smith, Bradley 146 


Stath, Paul 


Seidehamel. Randall 149 


Smith, Brian 125 


Stauffer. Dave 


Sell, Michael 


Smith, Daniel 158 


Stayton. J- Fred 


Sena. Thomas 


Smith, Debby 


Steenbtik. Cindy 156 


Setian, Peter 


Smith, Dennis 146 


Steffes, Thomas 145 


Sewell. April 33. 133 


Smith, Erik 159 


Stephens, Scott 


Sewell. Jeffrey 


Smith, Jeffrey 


Stephenson, Beth 


Sexton, Stephene 


Smith, Jonathan 


Stevens. Sheryl (Sherry) 


Shaddix. V. Kim 


Smith, Kenneth 149 


Stewart. Charles 


Shade, Terry 149 


Smith, Kimbcrly 125 


Stewart. Ralph 147 


Shamblin, Sonya 133 


Smith, Konda 153 


Stewart, Robert 


Shane. Ronnie 


Smith, Paula 150 


Stewart, Traci 152 


Shannon. Becky 124 


Smith, Rebecca (Becky) 157 


Stickel. Dara 152 


Shapley. Timothy 


Smith, Tabrina 


Stirneman. Elyse 157 


Sheeley. Scott 149 


Smith, Wendy 150 


Stocksdale, Mark 


Shinn, W. Matthew 148 


Snapp, Lisa 125 


Stoll, Shawna 33 
Stonick. Jeffrey 146 


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Stoops. Beverly 


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Slorck. Rhonda 54, 1 57 




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Storer. Matthew 149 


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Storm, Heidi 150 


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Stout, Katrina 132 


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Strickland, James 149 


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Strohl, Douglas 149 


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Strong. Karen 142 
Strutz, Colin 149 


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Siumbo, Julie 156 


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Stumbo, R. Bradley 145 


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Summers. Stephanie 139 


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Suter, Ellen 55. 140 


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Swain. Sara 
Swanson. Christian 161 


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Swanson. Gregory 147 
Swanson, Teresa 156 
Sweet. Kelly 142 


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Sweitzer. Joseph 149 


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Swing. Steven 23 
Swisher. Jeffrey 
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Symanzik. Kent 132 


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Syswerda, Todd 160 




Though 



Ts 



Change 



Tacchclla, Kimberley (Kim) 132 
Tacchclla. Laurie 155 
Taggart. Stephanie 54. 153 
Talbot. Andrew 149 
Tallcy. Nancy Jo 134 
Tansy. Carmel 



Taylor, Chery! 152 
Taylor. William, 149 
Teagle. Jay 164 
Templeton, Paul 
Teo, Pamela 
Thomas, Elizabeth 155 
Thomas. Jeffrey 
Thomas, Robert 33. 161 
Thompson. Cassandra 
Thompson. David 145 
Thompson. Marjorie 156 
Thompson, Paul 
Thomsen. Bjorn 146 
Thomsen. Thor 145 
Thornburg. Thomas 158 
Thorne, Gregory 
Thome, Shannon 157 
Thurber. Bradley 
Tibbetts, Daniel 159 
Ticknor, Stephen 
Tiede. Julianne 
Tiede, Margo 132 
Tipple, Kirby 
Todd, Rebecca 143 
Townsend, Oren 
Trejo, Gina 132 
Tripleit. Amy 157 
Trout. Sarah 
Tucker, Brent 
Tucker, Jamilyn 
Tucker, Lynne 150 
Turner. Brian 
Tuynman. Kathryne 141 
Twining. Tim 
Tyner, Jeffrey 
Tysvaer, Roy 



Though 



U's 



Change 



Uggen, Antony 
Unger, Mark 132 
Unruh, Jeffrey 149 
Upton, Stephen 160 
Utter, Michele 
Utter, Shelley 134 



Though 



V's 



Change 



Valdcz. Mel 132 
Valutis, Stephanie 
VanBeck. Willem 
VanEcrden. Jennifer 144 
VanHorn, Kathleen 
VanNaltan, Leannc 
VanOsdol, Brian 145 
Vandcgnff. Jon 
VandenBrink. Kevin 145 
VandcrMculen. Jodi 140 
Vcach, Michael 147 
Vcccra. Rocco 
Vcn?. Ruth 
VerLcc, Amy 
Vcrcautcrcn. Dave 
Vcrmccsch. David 159 
Vernon. Charles 
Vcrratti, Thomas 54. 148 
Vcrscndaal, Rita 
Victh. Toiyonna 144 



Index OO 197 



Vite, Victoria 
Vogt. Kristine 152 
VonGunten, Heidi 155 
Voskuil, Jenifer 152 
Vrhovnik, Amy 139 
Vrhovnik, Peter 147 



Though 



W's 



Change . . 



Wagner, Anne 129 

Wagner, Richard 

Wagner, W, Todd 161 

Walker, April 

Walker, Candace (Candy) 142 

Walker, Marcia 

Walker, Parker 

Walker. Randy 

Walker. Suzane 132 

Wallace. Jan 

Wallace, Jeffrey 

Wallace. Jo Ellen 

Wallace John 181 

Wallis, David 

Walsh, Cory 

Walter, Lisa 156 

Walton. Janclle 129 

Walton, Jerilynn 153 

Waltz, Tani 

Walworth. Stacy 

Ward. Kimbcrly 129 

Warfield, Shannon 

Warner. Danny 

Warrick. Don 147 

Waterman, Darcy 153 

Wayt. Sherry 

Weaver. Laura 

Webb, Susan 

Weber, Philip 146 

Webster, Katherine 

Weerstra, Richard 

Welch. Michael 

Welker, D Scott 159 

Wells. Caroline 

Wells. Maroline 139 

Wenger. Mark 129 

Wengcrd. Matthew 55. 129 

Werb. Susan 152 

Wertman. Steven 

Wesner. Andrew 159 

Wesseler. Marc 

West. Michael 

Westerfield. Jenna 

Westering. Pamela 140 

Wethcnll. Jeffrey 129 

Weyhe. Michael 

Wheeler. David 

Whitaker. R. Scott 

White. Anita 151 

White, Daren 161 



White. Heidi 141 

White, John 146 

White, Michael 147 

Whipple, Andrew 173 

White, Ouinn 129 

White, Robert 

Whitman, Kimberly 139 

Wicks, Kimberly 156 

Widdoes, Doug 

Widdoes, Tamara 33, 129 

Wildeboer, Brian 149 

Wiles, Susan 128 

Wilkie, Rochclle 129 

Willett. Lori 

Williams. Brent 

Williams. Bryan 

Williams. Lon 129 

Williams, Toni 129 

Williamson. Andrew 

Willis. Corinne 153 

Willis, H. James 160 

Willis, Maria 136 

Willis. Mark 

Wills, Chuck 147 

Wilson. Gregory 128 

Wilson. Janette 143 

Wilson. Laura 129 

Wilson. Stephanie 

Wineman. Dena 156 

Winteregg. Mark 165 

Winterholter. Becky 135 

Winterholter. Laurie 135 

Wintermute. Timothy 

Winters. Daniel 128 

Winters, David 147 

Wirth. Carol 

Wiseman, Julie T, 128 

Wit, Linda 153 

Wolf, Larissa 130 

Wolfe, Steven 132 

Wood, Andrew 

Wood, Elisabeth 144 

Wood, F. Craig 147 

Wood, Steve 149 

Woodnng. David 132 

Woods, Lesa 

Woods, Lora 

Woods, Michael 

Workman. Tracy 152 

Worst. Robin 130 

Wright. Keith 130 

Wright. Menda 130 

Wright. Ronnie 161 

Wright. Todd 149 

Wurster. Bradley 

Wynn. David 146 

Wysong. Deborah (Debbie) 142 




Editor Jenny and her graduate brother David. 



Though 



Ts 



Change 



Yarhouse, Alonzo 145 
Yeager, Todd 

Yessayan, Tanya 
Yircott, Denise 130 
Yoder. Juanita 
Yoder, Michael 130 
Yoder, Michelle 134 
Yoder, Susan 
Young, Christopher 
Young, Daniel 146 
Young, Diane 



Though 



Z's 



Change 



Zehnder. Elisabeth 153 
Zehnder, Julia 130 
Zeidler, Douglas 
Zeigler, Tim 14 
Zolman, Chad 
Zook, Judy 
Zorovich, Laura 141 
Zurburg. Jennifer 154 
Zvers, Scott 



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The fun is over; now the real work begins. 



Volume 90 of the Ilium was printed in a press run of 1,300 books by 
HiH-ff-Jones Yearbooks, Maiceline, MO. Offset lithography was used 
on 80 pound stock paper with black ink. 

Color photography was provided by staff photographers Randy 
Seidhamel and Mark Daubenmiei', Adviser Karen Owen and Beecher 
Wateis, owner of Waters-Gayle Studio in Marion. The color 
photogi'apy was processed by Sport-foto, Carmel. 

Other- photography was pi'ovided by staff photographers, including 
Seidhamel, Jim Strickland, Clyde Parker and Echo staff 
photographer's. 

Faculty photographs wer'e also used, with much help from Jim 
Gai'iinger-, Univer-sity Photogr-apher. Photogr-aphs of Singapore wer-e 
provided by Dr. Beulah Baker, professor of English, and Dr. William 
Fry, professor- of English and Chairman of the English Depar'tment. 
Both taught in the TUIS pr-ogr-am in Singapore dur-ing the past year-. 

All captions and headlines in the book were set by Hei-ff-Jones in 
sizes ranging from six to 60 point. Body copy was set by the Ilium staff 



in 8 point News type on a Compugraphic Compuwriter- IV TG and 
processed with a Kodak Etkamatic processor. 

Ilium staff members who helped with this publication included Traci 
Stewart, Pamela Teo, Jenny Blum, Timothy Schoon, Kevin Page, 
Becky Brown, Mark Brown, and Chad Emery. 

Shawn Harkness was assistant editor-, and Jenny Dickinson was 
editor- of the book. Advisers included Karen Owen and Dr. Dale 
Jackson, Financial Adviser and Chairman of the Taylor- University 
Conriunication Ar-ts Depar-tment. 

The Ilium was distributed to all students registered in 1988 and paid 
for as a par-t of their- r-egistr-ation fees. It was sold to incoming fr-esh- 
mer: and others who desir-ed copies at $20 per book. 

The staff met in the Taylor Student Union dome. Inquiries should be 
addressed to Ilium, Taylor- University, Upland, IN, 46989. Telephone 
calls should be dir-ected to the Communication Ar-ts Depar-tment, 998- 
5255. 



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200 oo Closing